Ireland boss Andy Farrell has a number of injury concerns ahead of next week's final Autumn Nations Cup game against Scotland.

Following today's unconvincing 23-10 win over Georgia, the head coach reported a long list of casualties.

Farrell was already without the services of captain Johnny Sexton, Tadhg Furlong, Garry Ringrose, Jordan Larmour, Robbie Henshaw, Andrew Conway and James Lowe.

"I don't know what to say really, there's quite a few," Farrell said.

"Rob Herring has something he needs to be looked at regarding his ribs.

"Billy [Burns] felt something in his groin in the warm-up. He said he was fine to play and played a nice first 40, I thought, but he's nursing a groin injury. 

"Conor [Murray] got a bang, a dead leg, so we have to look after him but he'll be fine.

"Will Connors came off for a HIA so it's a six-day turnaround, we'll see how that goes.

"Keith Earls had a back spasm and had to come off as well, so quite a bit of disruption but that's nothing to do with the second-half performance." 

Ireland claimed the victory and secured second place in group A with the win and face an improving Scottish side on Saturday.

"I think they're a big threat," said Farrell.

"They're playing well, they play a nice brand of rugby and the last time we played them here, it was a difficult match.

"They played really well that night so I'm sure after watching that second-half performance and taking stock of what happened in the Six Nations, I'm sure they will see that as an opportunity that they might try to take back, so we'll see what we're about this week."