Hooker Keith Wood has a corked thigh and centre Brian O'Driscoll damaged ribs, while Australian-born flanker Keith Gleeson has seven stitches in a head wound.
But all three are not considered long-term problems.
Heading for a messy divorce?
The lion kings of Scotland
As Scotland decides its future, Scrum Sevens looks at a group of players who transcended rugby both for country and the British & Irish Lions
Welcome to full-contact cheerleading
Ahead of November's USA-All Blacks match, America's ESPN Magazine explains rugby to its readers who may not be familiar with the game
'Now I can get up in one movement'
Tom Hamilton talks to World Cup-winning captain John Smit about life after rugby, his fears over the South African exodus and the World Cup
Gareth Delve to Japan?
'Now I can get out of bed in one movement'
Can the ARU afford another Gold Coast Test?
After a missed opportunity for the Wallabies and the ARU on Saturday, Greg Growden believes it's time the ARU seriously rethink where Test matches are played
World Cup markers hammered home
The reopening of the openside debate, a dominant wolf-pack and a sublime performance in defeat - Monday Maul looks at the weekend's talking points
SANZAR plans cricket-style decision review system
SANZAR's plans to introduce a cricket-style decision review system confirms they realise they have a refereeing problem, and that something drastic has to be done, Greg Growden reports
What's the best individual performance of 2014?
Julian Savea and Israel Folau were magnificent in round three of the Rugby Championship, and Richard Kelly compares their efforts with the best individual performances of 2014