Sarries sweat over Owen Farrell’s newest ankle harm… with the fly-half limping off at Tottenham close to the tip of Premiership win over Harlequins on Saturday
Owen Farrell is more likely to uncover within the subsequent 24 hours whether or not his newest ankle harm will endanger his prospects of main Saracens’ title campaign.
The fly-half limped off close to the tip of his club’s 36-24 Premiership win over Harlequins on Saturday. He was in apparent ache after rolling his left ankle, to worsen an harm which threatened to finish his participation within the Six Nations per week early.
Farrell may now be sidelined as Saracens compete on two fronts, within the league and Champions Cup.
‘We simply have to see what the issue is and to what diploma he has aggravated it,’ stated Sarries’ director of rugby, Mark McCall.
‘It was a grade one pressure earlier than, which is generally a seven-day turnaround, which he managed to do within the England week.
‘Whether or not or not it is nonetheless a grade one, we’ll see. If it is greater than that, he will not play.’
Owen Farrell limped off earlier than full-time throughout Saracens’ match-winning conflict towards Quins
Head coach Mark McCall stated they must assess the harm that Farrell suffered