Josh Adams will play no further part in Wales’ 2020 Guinness Six Nations campaign following an ankle injury sustained in the match against France.
He is due to have surgery this week and it is envisaged that he could return in twelve weeks for the latter stages of the Guinness PRO14. No one has been added to the squad.
Adams had gone into last weekend’s game reminding people of his success at the Principality Stadium. “I have never lost in Cardiff,” he said in the build-up.
“It’s my 24th cap on Saturday and I have never lost at home. I definitely don’t want to know what that feels like.”
Wales are currently picking up the pieces following the round three defeat at home to France which has put them out of the running to successfully defend the title won last year with a Grand Slam in Warren Gatland’s last year in charge.
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