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Mako Vunipola Praying for no casualties: Doomsday scenario of injuries ending World Cup dreams hangs over Wales vs England

  • Wales host England in a warm-up match on Saturday ahead of the World Cup 
  • The two teams played last weekend at Twickenham – which England won 33-19 
  • Gareth Anscombe will miss the World Cup for Wales after suffering a knee injury

By Chris Foy for the Daily Mail

Published:23:07 BST, 16 August 2019|Updated:00:07 BST, 17 August 2019

England and Wales know the risks, but they won’t be holding back. One side will seek to storm a fortress in Cardiff, while the other side try to defend it with trademark passion.

The threat of further damage at the worst possible time hangs heavy over the occasion, but those taking part cannot afford to let it impact on what they do.

There will be an almighty elephant in the room at the Principality Stadium as the cross-border rivals lock horns again, six days after the English beat the Welsh 33-19 at Twickenham. It is the doomsday scenario of serious injuries ending World Cup dreams, which is what happened to poor Gareth Anscombe last Sunday.

Wales’ Gareth Anscombe is out of the World Cup after suffering a knee injury against England 

He suffered a damaged ACL in his right knee to hamper Wales’ World Cup preparations

Wales’ first-choice fly half hurt his knee and was helped off. It turned out he had hurt it so badly that he is out for the whole season. Such 11th-hour sporting cruelty is an unfortunate part of this uncomfortable phase.

There is no magic solution. So the opposing teams will rip into each other on Saturday afternoon. None want to go the same way as Anscombe, but they cannot be shielded.

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