Scotland have predicted up back-row Magnus Bradbury for their World Cup group that was travelling as a harm cover for Jamie Ritchie. Scotland have five World Cup injury concerns, as supported by trainer Gregor Townsend after their triumph over Georgia on Friday. Ritchie was taken with a facial wound after the Murrayfield battle and following scansthat the flanker will stay in Scotland for expert assessment to evaluate whether he will have the ability to take part in this World Cup. Edinburgh back-row Bradbury will fly to Japan on Monday with the rest of the squad with just two weeks to go at Yokohama on September 22 until their opener with Ireland. The Edinburgh back , who substituted Ritchie on Friday, has been restricted eight occasions and had missed the three previous warm-up Tests against France and Georgia through rib injury. “This [Ritchie’s] is the most relating to injury since he had to be replaced using a suspected facial accident. We hope it’s not something which will help keep him from this World Cup,” said Townsend. Blair Kinghorn and lock Ben Toolis both suffered head knocks that will necessitate concussion checks while Jonny Gray along with Blade Thomson – producing his first run – may also be nursing hamstring injuries. Scotland will face Russia, Ireland and Samoa as well as hosts Japan in their World Cup pool. Read more here: