RBS 6 Nations 2017 Exclusive News
Chris Robshaw to miss 2017 RBS 6 Nations
The previous commander, who has 55 tops and began everything except one of England’s 13-Test unbeaten date-book year in 2016 managed the harm in club activity for Harlequins as they lost to Worcester Warriors on New Year’s Day. Robshaw, 30, will experience surgery on the harmed bear, which leaves shielding Grand Slam champions England running low on forward choices. Billy and Mako Vunipola are as of now set to miss the begin of theRBS 6 Nations 2017, while Joe Launchbury is enduring with a calf issue and George Kruis has cracked a cheekbone, which makes the bolt combine questions.
Joe Marler was not able to take the field for Harlequins’ conflict with Sale Sharks at Twickenham Stoop on Saturday, however, looks liable to make England’s competition opener against France at Twickenham on February 4, while Dylan Hartley should demonstrate his match wellness taking after suspension. James Haskell came back to activity quickly for Wasps yesterday taking after six months on the sidelines with a toe damage.
The 70-top England openside was making an eagerly awaited return, yet kept going not as much as a moment in the wake of torment ahead thump. Wasps executive of rugby Dai Young offered confirmation that Haskell was fine, demanding that he could be accessible for their critical European Rugby Champions Cup conflict with Toulouse on the off chance that he passes the arrival to play convention.
An essential thing is that he is fine,” said Young. He would clearly have needed significantly more, however, fortunately, he is OK. Everyone was concerned at first however once they were seen he was OK, he is getting a tad bit of stick in the changing area. It will be tight and fingers crossed he will be accessible, however clearly player welfare is the essential thing. It’s a six-day convention, so he must tick all the cases.