France’s Romain Ntamack may miss the beginning of the Six Nations after struggling a horror jaw damage over the weekend. The fly-half was injured in the course of the first-half of Toulouse’s 45-23 High 14 win over Bordeaux Bègles on Sunday, and Ntamack revealed the extent of the harm on social media as we speak.
Ntamack outlined that he suffered a double jaw fracture, placing his availability for the opening rounds of the 2021 Six Nations doubtful.
The 21-year-old said he’ll bear surgical procedure within the coming weeks, that means he’s virtually sure to overlook Toulouse’s Heineken Champions Cup video games in opposition to Exeter Chiefs and Ulster later this month.
France are as a consequence of start their Six Nations marketing campaign in just below six weeks’ time after they tackle Italy in Rome (February 6).
Suite à un choc reçu à la mâchoire survenu en première mi-temps du match entre le @StadeToulousain et @UBBrugby , les examens montrent une double fracture de la mâchoire. Je vais devoir subir une opération et être éloigné des terrains quelques semaines… ???
— Romain Ntamack (@RomainNtamack) December 28, 2020
They then journey to play Andy Farrell’s Eire on February 14 earlier than internet hosting Scotland (Feb 28).
Les Bleus end their marketing campaign with a visit to Twickenham (March 13) and a house sport in opposition to Wales (March 20).
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