Afterwards Finn Russell suffered a blow on the head six weeks prior to their interview with France scotland have now been given a second seven Nations injury scare.
At the initial half of his side game against Toulouse, flyhalf Russell was replaced together with Racing 92 on bar obligation, having scored a try.
The possible return to play is just six days When he’s suffered a concussion.
Glasgow’s Adam Hastings and also Pete Horne are Russell’s likely deputies.
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Scotland head coach Gregor Townsend is without his first-choice straight back row from Sam Skinner, as well as last year in Hamish Watson, John Barclay and Ryan Wilson and prop WP Nel.
He also lost Lions middle Huw Jones to harms that may keep them out to the rest of the tournament and full back Stuart Hogg.
Russell has been in form for club and country this term, using a hand in all five of Scotland’s tries and establishing up their score at the defeat.
If diagnosed with a concussion, he needs to rest go through a string of protocols symptom-free before being allowed to return to full-contact training.