Wales head coach Warren Gatland has included Cardiff Blues wing Owen Lane in their World Cup squad as a replacement for Josh Navidi.
Navidi sustained a 'grade two' hamstring tear during the quarter-final against France where he was forced off the field in the 28th minute and was ruled out for the remainder of the tournament.
Lane was a part of Wales' training squad ahead of the World Cup and played a solitary Test during the warm-up against Ireland where he was one of the try-scorer.
SQUAD UPDATE: @cardiff_blues wing @owen_lane has been called up to Wales' 31-man #RWC2019 squad, replacing Josh Navidi.— Welsh Rugby Union ?? (@WelshRugbyUnion) October 22, 2019
Lane, who made his international debut earlier this year, will arrive in Japan later this afternoon. pic.twitter.com/KZ0uPiUEOj
The 21-year-old will link up with the squad in Japan on Tuesday afternoon.
Meanwhile, Jonathan Davies, who was a late withdrawal ahead of the quarter-final game against France due to a knee injury is expected to be fit for the semi-final match against South Africa to be played in Yokohama on Sunday.