Rugby Six Nations 2022
Date : February 5 to March 19, 2022
Country : England, Italy, Wales, Ireland, Scotland, France
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Courtney Lawes won’t be accessible for England’s down away to Italy in the Six Nations live as he keeps on recuperating from blackout. The flanker supported the head injury playing for Northampton against Ulster on 16 January and still can’t seem to continue full preparation with Eddie Jones’ crew. Lawes was top choice to fill in as commander given Owen Farrell has been precluded for the Championship.
Newcastle number eight Callum Chick has been brought in to prepare with the crew. “Courtney Lawes is inaccessible for choice as he keeps dealing with his re-visitation of play conventions,” a Rugby Football Union articulation read. Tom Curry will stay as commander in the wake of nominating in Lawes’ nonappearance in the initial loss by Scotland at Murrayfield last end of the week.
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In the interim, there is no space for veteran lock Joe Launchbury, who was simply reviewed to the crew as injury cover for Lewis Ludlam recently. Launchbury will get back to Wasps to proceed with his rebound from the knee injury he supported in April.
Somewhere else, the oversight of focus Mark Atkinson implies England will either hold their midfield association of Henry Slade and Elliot Daly or convey Slade close by Joe Marchant. Britain’s group to confront Italy in Rome is relied upon to be declared on Thursday.
England Squad :
Advances: Blamire (Newcastle Falcons), Chessum (Leicester Tigers), Cowan-Dickie (Exeter Chiefs), Curry (Sale Sharks), Dombrandt (Harlequins), Ewels (Bath Rugby), Genge (Leicester Tigers), George (Saracens), Heyes (Leicester Tigers), Isiekwe (Saracens), Itoje (Saracens), Marler (Harlequins), Rodd (Sale Sharks), Simmonds (Exeter Chiefs), Sinckler (Bristol Bears), Stuart (Bath Rugby)
Backs: Daly (Saracens), Ford (Leicester Tigers), Malins (Saracens), Marchant (Harlequins), Nowell (Exeter Chiefs), Randall (Bristol Bears), Radwan (Newcastle), Slade (Exeter Chiefs), Smith (Harlequins), Steward (Leicester Tigers), Youngs (Leicester Tigers)