WILLI HEINZ is OUT of Saturday’s World Cup remaining – with Ben Spencer flying out to interchange him.
The Gloucester scrum-half was limping on the finish of England’s win in opposition to New Zealand.
Kiwi-born Heinz solely made his Take a look at debut this summer time on the age of 32.
He was a shock choice name by boss Eddie Jones, however has been a strong back-up to no.1 scrum-half Ben Youngs.
However now the Cherry and Whites captain will not get to play an element in six days time.
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So Spencer, 27, is on his way to Japan after missing out on Jones 31-man squad.
In a short statement released on Sunday morning, England said: “Ben Spencer will join the England squad tomorrow as an injury replacement for Willi Heinz.
“Heinz injured his hamstring during England’s semi-final win over New Zealand last night.
“He will remain with the squad until the end of the tournament.”
Saracens star Spencer has only made three appearances for England and is a teammate of skipper Owen Farrell.
In total it will take the Sarries contingent in the squad to EIGHT – the most out of any Premiership club.