The Telegraph Names Their 37-Man Lions Squad As Things Stand
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If the plane to New Zealand was leaving tomorrow, who would be on it?
Thats’s the question The Telegraph is trying to answer with their latest 37-man British & Irish Lions squad.
This year’s Six Nations is the last chance for Lions hopefuls to make a case to Warren Gatland, and with just two rounds left to play, we have a fair idea of who will probably end up on the plane this summer.
Have a look at their selection below and let us know what you think.
37-man British & Irish Lions squad
FRONT ROW: Jack McGrath (Ireland), Mako Vunipola (England), Cian Healy (Ireland), Dan Cole (England), Tadhg Furlong (Ireland), Kyle Sinckler (England), Dylan Hartley (England), Rory Best (Ireland), Jamie George (England).
SECOND ROW: Alun Wyn-Jones (Wales), Maro Itoje (England), Joe Launchbury (England), Richie Gray (Scotland), Jonny Gray (Scotland).
BACK ROW: Hamish Watson (Scotland), CJ Stander (Ireland), Justin Tipuric (Wales), Sean O’Brien (Ireland), Sam Warburton (Wales), Billy Vunipola (England), Jamie Heaslip (Ireland).
HALF BACK: Greg Laidlaw (Scotland), Conor Murray (Ireland), Ben Youngs (England), Finn Russell (Scotland), Johnny Sexton (Ireland)
CENTRE: Robbie Henshaw (Ireland), Owen Farrell (England), Alex Dunbar (Scotland), Huw Jones (Scotland), Jonathan Davies (Wales).
BACK THREE: Elliot Daly (England), Liam Williams (Wales), Tommy Seymour (Scotland), George North (Wales), Stuart Hogg (Scotland), Rob Kearney (Ireland).