Sports Injury List

Injuries ahead of Rugby World Cup & FIFA window affecting the last EPL games

What do Danny Welbeck & Manu Tuilagi have in common?

The Cricket World Cup has come and gone and with it left a few players on the stretcher, but life in the sporting world goes on and looking at the rugby field as the Cricket World Cup is looming, Springbok Jean De Villiers and New Zealand's Brodie Retallick have joined the likes of Australia's Adam Ashley-Cooper and England's Manu Tuilagi.

Manu is not the only sporting english man on the doctor's bed, fellow country man and Arsenal striker Danny Welbeck is accompanying him. The English Premier League is nearing it's business end but the FIFA window is proving to be a bit of an obstacle as the likes of Diego Costa and Jordi Alba won't be making appearances due to injury.

Listen to the rest of the #SportsInjuryList with Dr Zac Van Heerden and Marc Lewis here..


This article first appeared on 702 : Injuries ahead of Rugby World Cup & FIFA window affecting the last EPL games


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