Exeter Chiefs and UK winger Jack Nowell has been discounted for about two months subsequent to tearing his hamstring amid the November internationals.
Nowell, 25, got the damage in an instructional course with Eddie Jones’ national side before their 37-15 prevail upon Australia last Saturday.
He assumed a noteworthy job in England’s other November Test matches, beginning in both the 35-15 triumph over Japan and the 12-11 win against South Africa.
The damage could put Nowell’s cooperation in the Six Nations in uncertainty, with England starting their crusade away at Ireland on Feb. 2.
The Cornishman will absolutely miss Exeter’s significant Gallagher Premiership conflict against Saracens on Dec. 22, which is probably going to choose which of the opposite sides, both safeguarding flawless records up until now, will top the table into Christmas.
He will likewise be inaccessible for critical consecutive Heineken Champions Cup matches with Gloucester in December.
Exeter Chiefs head mentor Rob Baxter let it be known was a blow for his side yet said he trusts Nowell will be in dispute for England’s Six Nations battle.
“Jack has an entirely noteworthy hamstring tear,” Baxter told the Exeter Chiefs site.
“It’s one of those wounds which is probably going to be around the eight-week point, plus or minus seven days relying upon how his recovery goes. Unexpectedly, he ought to be back so as to battle for a place in the Six Nations!”