Mako Vunipola Danny Cipriani’s World Cup hopes dealt a blow after being omitted from England’s latest training squad

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Mako Vunipola Danny Cipriani. Photo: Sportsfile
Danny Cipriani. Photo: Sportsfile

Danny Cipriani is a surprise omission from England’s 38-man squad for their pre-World Cup camp in Treviso.

Cipriani was included among the 35 players originally selected in Eddie Jones’ training group on July 4 but the Gloucester fly-half will not be travelling to Italy on Monday afternoon.

For last week’s gathering in Bristol, Cipriani was one of three players alongside Anthony Watson and Sam Underhill separated from the main squad in order to undertake “specialised strength and conditioning work”. Watson and Underhill, however, have been picked for Treviso.

Cirpiani is not injured with the Rugby Football Union stating he is victim of Jones’ fluid approach to selection before naming his final World Cup squad on August 12.

However, the reigning players’ player of the year and Premiership player of the year has not been given an explanation by Jones for being left out, instead just being told he is not going to Italy.

With all of England’s front line players included, his omission is a blow to his hopes of participating in the global showpiece.

Also missing from the warm weather camp that runs for 12 days is Ben Moon, but his loosehead rival Joe Marler is present following his return

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