Ireland Lose Another Halfback Ahead Of Argentina Clash As Replacement Called Up
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Scrumhalf Jamison Gibson-Park has been ruled out of Ireland’s final game of the Autumns Nations Series against Argentina at the Aviva Stadium this coming Sunday.
Gibson-Park has a thigh injury and Luke McGrath has been called into the squad to provide additional scrumhalf cover.
James Ryan will take on the captain’s role in the absence of the injured Johnny Sexton, who picked up an ankle and knee injury in the win over the All Blacks, ruling him out of action for 4-6 weeks.
Munster’s Conor Murray is now expected to come into the starting line-up with Craig Casey to provide cover from the bench.