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Injured British and Irish Lions backs Rob Kearney and Keith Earls weren’t risked by Ireland and won’t play against Scotland in their Rugby World Cup opener on Sunday in Yokohama.
Kearney and Earls have calf and knee issues, respectively, and trained this week. Assistant coach Andy Farrell declared them available on Wednesday but the management took a different stance Friday.
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As expected, Jordan Larmour and Andrew Conway will deputize at fullback and wing.
Cente Robbie Henshaw was already ruled out because of a hamstring that tightened in training last weekend, and first five-eighth Joey Carbery was still recovering from an a
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