Munster Issue Injury Update Following Bruising Encounter With Toulouse
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Munster have issued a mixed injury update following their Champions Cup win over Toulouse.
Peter O’Mahony, Dave Kilcoyne (both dead legs) and Keith Earls (back) are all expected to be introduced to full training this week, but CJ Stander will require further assessment on an ankle injury casting doubts over his fitness for the semi-final.
Conor Murray continues to be monitored for the shoulder knock that ruled him out of Saturday’s encounter.
Munster take on Saracens in Dublin in just under three weeks and will be hoping both Stander and Murray can pull through.
Meanwhile, it has been confirmed that academy out-half Bill Johnston fractured his fibula in Friday night’s B&I Cup semi-final win against Ealing Trailfinders.