Six Nations: Richie Gray and Luke Crosbie ruled out of tournament for Scotland

Lock Richie Gray and back row Luke Crosbie will miss the rest of Scotland's Six Nations campaign after sustaining injuries in the dramatic opening win over Wales.

Gray has damaged a bicep, while Crosbie has a shoulder problem.

Full-back Blair Kinghorn is expected to miss Saturday's home match with France after a knee issue kept him out of the 27-26 victory in Cardiff.

However, Grant Gilchrist returns from a ban and could replace Gray.

Sam Skinner took over from the experienced second row in Cardiff, stealing two lineouts.

"Richie brings lots of experience. He's great to work with and you see the energy and clarity he brings to the group. He will be sorely missed," said defence coach Steve Tandy.

"Luke has fought so hard to get to the international scene. You see the warrior he is on the field, but there is also the character he is and how he leads in and around the training environment, how he speaks in meetings.

"If you look at the back-rowers, there are loads of form players so we're lucky enough to have an abundance in those positions. If someone misses out, everyone else is ready to step into the shirt and really represent."

Darcy Graham is still missing from Gregor Townsend's squad, but the winger, who picked up a quadricep injury last month, is to resume training with Edinburgh this week, along with experienced prop WP Nel.

Co-captain Rory Darge did not feature against Wales, with Townsend saying last week that he should be fit in time to face the French at Murrayfield, while Jack Dempsey and Andy Christie are other back row options for the head coach.