On Thursday Peter Betham will touch down in Edinburgh, ahead of the Wallabies' fourth year-end tour Test against Scotland on Saturday.
Wallabies centre Matt Toomua will miss the remaining matches of Australia's year-end tour due to a hamstring injury.
Scotland made four changes to their pack and await the fitness of wing Tommy Seymour, before they finalise their back division for Saturday's Test against Australia.
Wallaby centre Tevita Kuridrani will miss Saturday’s Test against Scotland after being handed a five-week suspension on Tuesday.
Former captain James Horwill is confident there won’t be any rifts in the Wallaby squad following coach Ewen McKenzie’s decision to ban six players.
No less than 11 Scotland players required treatment on Monday following the bruising 0-28 loss to the Springboks at Murrayfield on Sunday.
Wallaby coach Ewen McKenzie has stood down six squad members for one match and sanctioned a further nine for breaches of team protocols.
Scotland were left licking the wounds of their first blank on the scoreboard since a 0-40 Murrayfield defeat by New Zealand during the 2007 World Cup.
South Africa produced a performance of clinical efficiency to shut out Scotland and secure a 28-0 win on Sunday.
Scotland failed to fire, other than the occasional cheap shot, as they were shut out 0-28 by South Africa.
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