Connacht Suffer Double Injury Blow Ahead Of Champions Cup Clash With Wasps
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Connacht have suffered two key injury blows ahead of their Champions Cup pool match this weekend.
Pat Lamb’s side will be without two of their backs in the shape of playmaker Marnitz Boshoff and centre Craig Ronaldson for Sunday’s Champions Cup Pool 2 clash with Premiership side, Wasps.
South African out-half Boshoff sustained a shoulder injury in the win over Treviso, while centre Ronaldson, who suffered a thigh injury against Cardiff, has been ruled out until mid-January.
Prop Ronan Loughney and winger Matt Healy are nursing knee problems but have not been ruled out of contention for the trip to the Ricoh Arena.
The western province currently sit top of their group, two points ahead of Coventry-based Wasps.