England vs Argentina: Jonny May and Owen Farrell both included for Autumn Nations Series opener | Rugby Union News
Eddie Jones has named Owen Farrell and Jonny May in his 36-man squad for England’s Autumn Nations Series opener against Argentina on Sunday
Last update: 10/31/22 2:45 p.m.
Injury doubts Owen Farrell and Jonny May have both been included in the England squad for their Autumn Nations Series opener against Argentina on Sunday.
Saracens fly-half Farrell (concussion) and Gloucester wing May (dislocated elbow) suffered injuries while playing in the Premiership, but head coach Eddie Jones has named both men to his 36-man squad for the visiting Pumas.
Farrell has returned to the team and will continue the final stages of his gradual return to play at camp. There is also a comeback for May, despite a dislocated elbow two weeks ago.
Jamie George, Henry Arundell and Will Stuart will continue their rehabilitation at camp, while Lewis Ludlam was unavailable for selection following an abdominal wall injury sustained before joining the squad in Jersey.
Newcastle Falcons’ Sean Robinson has also been called up to the squad.
Eddie Jones’ England side are in Jersey for a training camp before taking on Argentina, Japan, New Zealand and South Africa at Twickenham at successive weekends.
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