Injury blow for Ireland ahead of England clash but two stars on track to return

On track.

Ireland trained in front of a packed Aviva Stadium yesterday afternoon as they enjoy a Six Nations fallow week following their latest bonus-point victory over Wales in Round 3.

The men in green are undefeated in this year’s championship, having secured bonus point wins in all three of their games, putting them six points clear of the nearest contenders, Scotland.

Up next, Ireland take on old rivals England at Twickenham as they look to keep their dreams alive of unprecedented back-to-back Grand Slams.

On the injury front, Garry Ringrose trained fully yesterday and is in line to feature against England, as is Hugo Keenan who took part in the session also.

However, Ireland look set to be without Munster’s Oli Jager, who has emerged as a doubt after his debut against Wales. Finlay Bealham has been pulled from Connacht and will miss their game against the Scarlets as a result.

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