England Suffer DOUBLE Training Ground Injury Blow Ahead Of France Game
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England have been dealt a significant training ground injury blow ahead of their round four Six Nations clash with France in Paris this weekend.
Flanker Sam Underhill and utility back Jack Nowell both picked up knocks in training and will miss this weekend’s crucial clash at the Stade de France. England are looking to bounce back from defeat to Scotland, with the task becoming that bit harder without the pair.
Captain Dylan Hartley is also a doubt for the clash with a leg muscle problem.
Should England fail to win, or even match Ireland’s result this weekend, the Championship could be decided before they lock horns at Twickenham on Paddy’s Day.
France meanwhile are coming off the back of a good win against Italy, and will no doubt fancy their chances at home against an England side who have shown they can be beaten.
— Alex Spink (@alexspinkmirror) March 6, 2018