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    England rugby captain Owen Farrell is in doubt for their Six Nations opener against Scotland, after suffering an injury in training with club Saracens

    England rugby captain Owen Farrell is in doubt for their Six Nations opener against Scotland, after suffering an injury in training with club Saracens


    It was hoped Farrell would make a comeback following a two-month absence due to ankle surgery.

    But England rugby's revealed he will not be attending next week's pre-Six Nations training camp in Brighton when a captaincy update will be issued.

    The 30-year-old Farrell was set to start at inside centre in the opener against Scotland on February 5th, but this development would appear to end any hope of being involved.

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