Billy Vunipola is out of England's autumn Test campaign and faces the threat of missing part or all of the Six Nations too, after having an operation on his injured knee. The Saracens No 8 was helped off during his club's Aviva Premiership victory over Sale at Allianz Park yesterday – and scans revealed that he suffered significant cartilage damage.
England announce squad for training camp ahead of autumn internationals with Harlequins teenage sensation Marcus Smith included as Semesa Rokoduguni misses out By Chris Foy For Mailonline Published: 04:02 EDT, 22 September 2017 | Updated: 04:02 EDT, 22 September 2017 England have announced their squad for a three-day training camp ahead the 2017 Autumn international series, with three fixtures coming up in November.The most notable inclusion in the 33-man squad is Marcus Smith, with the...
Danny Cipriani is facing up to three months out of action after suffering a serious knee injury at the end of Wasps' match against Harlequins on Sunday. The 29-year-old fly-half was treated on the pitch at the Ricoh Arena after staying down following a late collision as Quins beat his Wasps side 24-21. Dai Young, the club's director of rugby, was initially unsure about the extent of the damage, but it has now been confirmed that Cipriani tore a medial ligament.
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