New Zealand pair Sitiveni Sivivatu and Tony Woodcock have been ruled out of next Saturday's Test match against Wales in Cardiff.
Wing Sivivatu and prop Woodcock were hit with one-week bans after being cited for separate offences following yesterday's Bledisloe Cup clash against Australia in Tokyo.
Sivivatu was reported by citing commissioner Scott Nowland for a dangerous tackle on Wallabies centre Adam Ashley-Cooper, an offence for which he was sin-binned during the game by referee Mark Lawrence.
Woodcock, meanwhile, was cited for striking Australian substitute George Smith in the final minute of the game.
All Blacks assistant coach Steve Hansen represented the players at their hearings in front of judicial officer Peter Hobbs.
The All Blacks squad arrive in Cardiff today to prepare for a game that will see Wales seeking a first victory over them since 1953.