Mako Vunipola Rugby World Cup 2019: Mark Wilson and Joe Cokanasiga injury doubts for opening game against Tonga

Mako Vunipola Rugby World Cup 2019: Mark Wilson and Joe Cokanasiga injury doubts for opening game against Tonga

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Mark Wilson and Joe Cokanasiga have emerged as injury doubts for England’s opening Rugby World Cup game against Tonga.

The pair did not train fully on Saturday in what was England’s first full session since arriving in Japan as they continue to manage knee injuries.

Defence coach John Mitchell confirmed that both Wilson and Cokanasiga will be assessed later in the week, though they will likely have to prove their fitness by Thursday’s main training day if they are to feature in selection plans for the opening fixture in Sapporo.

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When asked if they will be available for selection, Mitchell said: “At this point I can’t give you that information.

“At this stage no one knows who is selected. Obviously Eddie will make that decision in a few days time.

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“When guys get knocks and niggles they go through a rehab process based on a specific injury.

“Like anything, you want to return back into the way that we train, so it’s important that you increase their high speed and ability to accelerate and cope with the way we do train.

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