- England are being put through paces ahead of next weekend’s Scotland game
- Georgia are spending two days with England during fallow week of Six Nations
- The Georgians are currently giving Eddie Jones’ pack set-piece practice
- Nathan Hughes was present at number eight after his recovery from knee injury
The Georgians are spending two days with England during the first fallow week of the NatWest 6 Nations in order to give Eddie Jones’ pack set-piece practice.
Nathan Hughes was present at number eight following his recovery from a knee injury ahead of his likely recall for the clash with Scotland on Saturday week.
Dylan Hartley and his England team-mates were put through their paces on Tuesday
Eddie Jones’ 32-man squad trained with Georgia ahead of clash with Scotland next weekend
England’s scrum pictured going head-to-head with Georgia’s on Tuesday in west London
Georgia are spending two days with England in order to give Jones’ pack set-piece practice
Hughes is expected to to replace Sam Simmonds, who was not included in Jones’ 32-man training squad this week.
The Exeter Chiefs No 8 has returned to his club for treatment on the shoulder injury he sustained against Wales last Saturday.
It is understood he has less than a 50-50 chance of being fit to face Scotland at Murrayfield on Saturday week.
Nathan Hughes was present at number eight during the training session on Tuesday
Hughes is expected to replace the injured Sam Simmonds at Murrayfield next weekend
England scrum-half Danny Care waits to resume the action during the gloomy session
If Simmonds is ruled out of the next fixture, Hughes is surely destined for a swift return to the back row.
Jones’ side have enjoyed a brilliant start to their Six Nations campaign, winning their first two matches in different fashion.
England thrashed Italy 46-15 away from home in their opening match before squeezing past Wales 12-6 at Twickenham on the weekend.
Jones’ men have enjoyed a great start to their Six Nations campaign, winning first two games
England have beat Italy 46-15 and Wales 12-6 in their first two Six Nations matches