Rugby: Tom Curry Suffers Ankle Injury; Ruled Out Of The Upcoming Tests
After suffering from a serious ankle injury, England’s forward, Tom Curry will miss England’s Tests against New Zealand, Japan and Australia.
Be that as it may, Manu Tuilagi and Courtney Lawes are both anticipated that would be accessible for Saturday’s Test against the All Blacks.
In England’s opening autumn Test at Twickenham, Deal Sharks flanker Tom Curry limped off following 42 minutes in the 12-11 win against South Africa.
Tom Curry ❓
Manu Tuilagi ❓
Courtney Lawes ❓@AlexMLowe hears from Eddie Jones who is fit and who is struggling in the build-up to Saturday’s huge game between England and New Zealandhttps://t.co/7V67K22XlT
— Times Sport (@TimesSport) November 5, 2018
At present, England are in search for their first triumph against the All Blacks since December 2012.
New Zealand are extremely hard to beat at home soil, and England’s coach Jones said the squad is utilizing the learning of both the training staff and playing set-up to shape, with the sole aim of beating the title holders on their home ground.
Steve Borthwick coy as to whether Sam Underhill is the natural fit to replace the injured Tom Curry against the All Blacks. Mentioned Mark Wilson and Zach Mercer can play all across back row.
— Chris Jones BBC (@chjones9) November 6, 2018
New Zealand have a 91% winning record in Tests since the 2015 World Cup however Jones said the squad are energized in regards to playing the best group on the planet.
With a dominant win percentage of 91, New Zealand opened their autumn crusade by beating Japan 31-69 in Tokyo on Saturday, with a predominantly second-string side.
Realistically and sadly I think it will be Bath away next he plays. Glad I’m going down! Big worry on Tom Curry as well, was really hoping to see him and Ashton at the Japan game
— Alex Etherington (@AlexEthers) November 5, 2018
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