Leinster have confirmed the arrival of former Wallaby wing Lote Tuqiri on a short-term contract.
The dual-code international, who will turn 34 later this month, has initially inked a three-month deal and is expected to arrive in Dublin this weekend, the Irish Times reported.
The former Leicester Tiger, who won 67 caps for Australia between 2003 and 2009, has been playing Rugby League in the NRL since 2010.
The Fijian-born wing will join forces with Leinster coach Matt O'Connor for a second time having played under the Australian at Leicester.
Following the retirements of Isa Nacewa and Eoin O'Malley, and the departure of Andrew Conway and Fionn Carr, Leinster have found themselves short on outside backs and Tuqiri is set to fill the gap.
Meanwhile, Ian Madigan is a likely starter in the number 10 shirt in Leinster's opening home fixture of the season against the Ospreys
Fergus McFadden was a late withdrawal from the game at Parc y Scarlets with a tight hamstring, but it is expected that he will be in the frame this week and he could be joined by Madigan.
Aside from the usual bumps and bruises there are no major concerns from the medical team arising from Friday's game. Luke Fitzgerald felt tightness in his groin during the second half of the win over the Scarlets and was withdrawn as a precaution.
Tighthead prop Martin Moore, the opening try scorer in the win, received treatment for a cut on his nose which required stitches. It is hoped that both players will be available ahead of Friday's team announcement.
Sean O'Brien continues to make positive strides on his arm injury and is expected to return over the coming weeks.
Michael Bent (neck), however, is still unavailable while Quinn Roux rolled his ankle in training and is a doubt for Saturday's game.