EDDIE JONES has named EIGHT uncapped players for the Six Nations opener against Italy. England are down to the bare bones when they kick off their title defence next month in Rome. With injuries to key players from Billy Vunipola to Elliot Daly and suspensions for James Haskell and Joe Marler Jones has had to scrape the barrel and bring in a raft of rookies.
BILLY VUNIPOLA is praying for a Six Nations miracle after fracturing his arm. England's star no.8 will find out how long he will be out for when he visits a specialist this week to get the cracked bone in his forearm checked out. But it doesn't look great for the world-class 25-year-old who missed the Lions tour with a shoulder injury and then most of this season for Saracens after ripping knee ligaments.
JAMES HASKELL'S England comeback is hanging by a thread after he was sent off for smashing Jamie Roberts in the head. He now faces a SIX-WEEK ban for flooring the Lions and Wales ace with a horror tackle at the Stoop in the craziest of games seen this season. Haskell immediately knew he had hurt his rival and tried to help the centre up from the deck before he was sent off by French ref Romain Poite. The six-week entry point would see him miss the games against Italy, Wales and Scotland.
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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