Scotland lose WP Nel, Tim Swinson & Rob Harley; Jon Welsh called up
Autumn Test: Scotland v New Zealand
- Murrayfield, Edinburgh
- Saturday, 18 November
- 1715 GMT
- Live on BBC Two from 1700, BBC Sport website & app, Radio Scotland & Radio 5 live sports extra
Scotland prop WP Nel will miss the remaining autumn Tests after fracturing an arm against Samoa on Saturday.
Lock Tim Swinson, a replacement against Samoa, has also been ruled out of the Tests against New Zealand and Australia after injuring a hand.
Flanker Rob Harley is also out of contention after injuring a knee in training last week.
Newcastle prop Jon Welsh has been called into the squad as cover, with Zander Fagerson set to replace Nel.
Tight-head Nel, who missed most of last season with neck problems, departed in the 32nd minute against Samoa, with Glasgow's Fagerson taking over.
Scotland head coach Gregor Townsend, speaking after the match, said: "We've got depth at tight-head. We were disappointed to lose WP, as he's trained very well for us these last few weeks.
"But I thought Zander did really well in the loose. It's a position where we've got really good competition right now."
Edinburgh's Simon Berghan, who won his first three caps as a replacement earlier this year, is likely to be move onto the bench for Saturday's game against the All Blacks at Murrayfield. Scotland face Australia on 25 November.
Wing Tommy Seymour, who went off with a toe injury against Samoa, has had an MRI scan and will require ongoing treatment before returning to training this week.
Harley, meanwhile, has returned to the care of the Glasgow Warriors medical team.
Scotland were already without 10 players prior to the start of the autumn series.
Nel joins a long list of front-row casualties, with fellow props Alasdair Dickinson, Allan Dell and Gordon Reid already ruled out, along with hookers Fraser Brown and Ross Ford.
Lock Richie Gray, scrum-half Greg Laidlaw, centre Duncan Taylor and wing Sean Maitland are also sidelined, along with suspended Edinburgh flanker John Hardie.