Scotland monitoring 10 injuries after New Zealand Test
ESPN Staff
November 16, 2014
New Zealand's Malakai Fekitoa tries to make some yards © Getty Images

Scotland are counting the cost of a bruising match against the All Blacks and are monitoring 10 injured players.

Scotland lost at Murrayfield 24-16 but were praised for the manner of their performance. Centre Mark Bennett was forced off after 12 minutes with a hamstring injury and he will return to his club Glasgow and is ruled out of Scotland's next Test against Tonga on Saturday at Rugby Park.

And Scotland boss Vern Cotter is also keeping an eye on nine other injured players. Alasdair Dickinson (lower leg), Alex Dunbar (ankle), Adam Ashe, Blair Cowan (both neck strain), Richie Gray, Ross Ford (both shoulder), Tommy Seymour, Greig Laidlaw (both hand) and Euan Murray (groin) are all struggling following Saturday's Test.

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