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There’s some mixed news on the injury front for Wales ahead of the crucial Six Nations clash with England.
Wales are sweating on the fitness of Dan Biggar and George North ahead of their round two clash with England at the Principality. Biggar has been struggling with a rib injury after coming off at half-time against Italy, while North suffered a heavy blow to the leg during the game.
The Lions winger struggled for a large proportion of the game, and looked very uncomfortable as he ran in his try from the halfway line.
Sam Davies replaced Biggar and was hugely praised for his positive impact in the second-half.
The good news however is Taulupe Faleatu is fit, but could be set to start from the bench. Luke Charteris, who missed the Italy match, remains a big worry and could well miss out again.