England coaches Andy Farrell and Graham Rowntree have been hit with restricted matchday access for the team's final Rugby World Cup match against Uruguay on Saturday.
World Rugby has confirmed that the pair have been found guilty of breaching match officials' protocol following an alleged incident against Australia last weekend.
It had been reported that two England coaches approached match officials to vent their anger that Australia's Michael Hooper was not punished for charging with his shoulder at England full-back Mike Brown during last Saturday's 33-13 defeat for the Red Rose at Twickenham.
It has been confirmed that Farrell and Rowntree have been reprimanded and will not be permitted to enter the England dressing room immediately before and after the game, and are also ordered to stay away from the room for the duration of the match.
England were knocked out of their home tournament last weekend, while Australia and Wales qualified for the quarter-finals from Pool A.