Billy Vunipola at risk of missing Six Nations after suffering broken arm

Ospreys draw keeps Saracens alive in Champions Cup

Ospreys draw keeps Saracens alive in Champions Cup

England were handed a double Six Nations headache on Saturday after European Champions Cup action saw flanker James Haskell red-carded and No 8 Billy Vunipola suffer another injury setback.

The 25-year-old picked up the injury in his club side's 15-15 draw with Ospreys in the European Champions Cup on Saturday evening, forcing him to make way midway through the match.

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It not only leaves Saracens without one of their best players again this season - having only deployed Vunipola four times this season in which two of those ended in long-term injury - but also robs England of their starting No 8 just three weeks before the Six Nations begins.

Saracens have confirmed that the England global is facing a prolonged spell on the sidelines, however, effectively ruling him out of the Six Nations, which begins in less than three weeks' time.

England scrum-half Danny Care says Billy Vunipola's latest injury will deprive the squad of "one of the best players in the world". Saracens released a bulletin mid-afternoon on Sunday but have not put a timeline of recovery until Vunipola sees a specialist later in the week.

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He is due to see a specialist this week but is expected to miss England's first Six Nations game against Italy on February 4 and potentially more matches beyond.

Meanwhile, England flanker James Haskell was sent off for a unsafe tackle on Jamie Roberts in Wasps' defeat to Harlequins and a ban could render him unavailable for selection by Jones.

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