Two serious injuries in the Irish trooper line-up, complicated greens approach to big challenge with England
With the Greens in the big game against England in Twickenham, it’s time for Ireland to think about the second day of the Autumn Nations Cup. An away match that promises to be complicated for the opponent will only get more complicated after the latest news at the Dublin Rally. In fact, Jonathan Sexton and Robbie Hesnao will not be in London, which was stopped due to two physical problems.
The captain and No. 10 Greens suffered a wrist injury in Friday’s win over Wales, while an administrator at the center reported a muscle problem. Andy Farrell will inevitably have to redesign his backline, but recovery can count Ian Henderson e Jacob Stockdale, Announced at the last minute before Friday’s debut but on the way to recovery. The first is back in training today, and the second is recovering quickly from a calf problem.
There is no good news for Billy Burns, who took over from Sexton, who was ruled out due to a headache during the game. He will have to take the Concussion protocol now before re – entering, and if that happens next Saturday, he will be able to win his first hat from the start of a match. Beware of a possible third solution that was attempted in the last match: Connor Murray in the Munster Schrum half was actually deployed in the opening to replace Burns. Farrell’s opinion? “It was a real option at number ten.”
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