Centre Jonathan Davies and Prop Adam Jones have been ruled out of the rest of Wales' Autumn International campaign, the WRU have confirmed.
Davies left the field during Wales 15-24 loss to South Africa on Saturday after damaging a pectoral muscle during the build up to the Springbok's opening try.
Jones limped out of action in the first half of the same game after damaging a calf muscle.
Wales Centre, Jonathan Davies, speaking after today's third test defeat in Sydney says that despite losing, the team should be proud of the way they have played against Australia.
Jonathan Davies - who was in line to captain the Scarlets for the first time against Aironi this afternoon - has been ruled out of the game with a minor groin strain. Stephen Jones moves into the starting XV, while Adam Warren is on the bench. Josh Turnbull leads the side.
The Scarlets travel to Aironi this afternoon, needing a win to keep the pressure on the teams above them in the race for the final RaboDirect PRO12 play-off spot. The Llanelli side have won three out of their last four league games - but have only triumphed once away from home in 2012.
24-year-old Wales centre Jonathan Davies will captain the Scarlets for the first time.