WALES are in danger of being hit by an unprecedented No.10 crisis for the All Blacks Test in Cardiff next month.
The Six Nations champions fear they will be without as many as four fly-halves – Dan Biggar, Callum Sheedy, Gareth Anscombe and Rhys Patchell.
Biggar and Sheedy are already non-starters because of the Premiership’s refusal to release players for out-of-window internationals.
Concern is growing that the October 30 All Blacks fixture will come too soon for Anscombe and Patchell, two long-term casualties. Ospreys insist Anscombe is on track but one source said yesterday his comeback ...
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