Gloucester star Willi Heinz set for return from long-term injury layoff
Heinz suffered a significant hamstring injury in the latter stages of the All Blacks rout, forcing Eddie Jones’ second choice scrum-half to sit out the final.
The 33-year-old has been in rehabilitation since but returns as captain for the west country derby against the Warriors on Friday night.
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Gloucester are playing their 500th Premiership match and are seeking an improvement against Worcester after winning only two of their five league games this season.
“We respect Worcester and their coaching staff and what they’ve achieved – they’ve got quality players,” head coach Johan Ackermann said.
England loose forward Tom Curry has made in interesting revelation in the wake of his side's World Cup upset over the All Blacks.https://t.co/sUKqTcVCS4
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“But it all starts with us. We have to look at ourselves and tick the boxes that we want to.
“We’ve scored a lot of tries recently including some very good tries. Hopefully we’ll get some more and the supporters will enjoy it.”
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