In this piece we will update you with all the latest injuries to players heading into the Six Nations.
2020 Six Nations Injuries Update
With the Rugby World Cup completed, in terms of international rugby our attention has turned to the 2020 Six Nations. Last time out Wales completed a Grand Slam over the five weeks of matches and in 2020 it will once again be wide open.
As a result injuries and the strength of depth in squads could play a pivotal role in each teams success so to make sure you do not miss a beat we have put together this page to keep you updated with all the latest injuries, niggles and concerns to players for each team in the competition.
2020 Six Nations Injuries
Billy Vunipola has another broken arm so will in all likelihood miss the tournament. Henry Slade also has an injury issue as does Anthony Watson who has a calf complaint.
Manu Tuilagi sustained a groin injury against France but has remained with the squad.
Mako Vunipola is out for the Ireland match due to family reasons.
Related: England Six Nations Squad
Garry Ringrose has been ruled out until round 4 due to a finger injury and Will Addison picked up a calf injury too.
Related: Ireland Six Nations Squad
Wayne Pivac has had several key injuries to deal with heading into his first tournament, such as Jonathan Davies, Gareth Anscombe and Tomas Francis.
Owen Lane will also miss the tournament after a hamstring injury and Josh Adams picked up a knock against Ireland. He is expected to play against France though.
Cory Hill and Elliot Dee are expected to miss out once again because of injury.
Related: Wales Six Nations Squad
After two good performances Vincent Rattez has been ruled out the rest of the tournament after suffering a broken fibula against Italy.
Related: France Six Nations Squad
It is not an injury but Finn Russell may not play any part in the 2020 Six Nations. However Jonny Gray has picked up an injury against England and won’t play any further part in the tournament.
Related: Scotland Six Nations Squad
We will update this section as soon as we hear of any injury news for Italian players.
Related: Italy Six Nations Squad
This post will be updated throughout the Six Nations.
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