Wales Dealt MASSIVE Injury Blow Ahead Of The Six Nations

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Wales are set to be without Ospreys outhalf Dan Biggar for at least the opening two rounds of the Six Nations, and possibly even longer.

The Northampton-bound playmaker limped off in Ospreys’ loss to Clermont the weekend. Wales boss Warren Gatland is already without the services of Bath ten Rhys Priestland, who pulled out of the squad last week.

BBC rugby correspondent Chris Jones says Biggar could miss as much as the first three rounds of the competition. But did add that Biggar has a history of rapid recoveries and could be back for the Ireland game in round three.

He will however, most definitely miss the games against Scotland and England in rounds one and two.