Faz Ruled out of England’s Training Camp

With Owen Farrell's head injury keeping him out of England's training camp this week, Eddie Jones has suffered a serious setback and is now without his two top prospects for captaincy as he intensifies his preparations in Jersey.

In Saracens' victory against Exeter on Saturday, Farrell suffered a head injury. Following the game, his director of rugby, Mark McCall, announced that the playmaker would need to take a 12-day stand-down period. As a result, Farrell will go through the return to play procedures at home instead of traveling to Jersey. As a result, Henry Slade has been granted a pardon.

Jones preferred Courtney Lawes to lead the team on the summer tour of Australia, but Lawes is currently sidelined with a head injury he suffered in late September. He left the camp on Friday of last week and is scheduled to see a specialist this week after exhibiting symptoms the previous week.

Lawes and Farrell still have a chance to demonstrate their readiness for England's first autumn Test match against Argentina one week from Sunday, but for now, they should be viewed with skepticism. Their absences, at the absolute least, deal a serious blow to England and Jones, who places great emphasis on training camps before to international campaigns.


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