Again rower Tom Curry faces a race in opposition to time to be match for England’s Six Nations opener in opposition to Scotland after struggling a hamstring pressure.
He left the sector within the sixteenth minute after his proper leg was harm throughout a deal with by prop Wilco Louw.
The 24-year-old, who has 45 caps, is now a doubt for the Scots’ go to to Twickenham on 4 February.
“Even when a hamstring harm is the bottom grade, they’re usually two to a few weeks,” stated Sale director of rugby Alex Sanderson.
“I’ve simply spoken to Tom and stated get your head on for the Six Nations however do not cease being a frontrunner for us over the following two or three weeks.
“He’ll get a scan. He is strolling round and it is stiffened up now. It is not a kind of the place he limped off the sector so fingers crossed he will probably be obtainable in opposition to Scotland.”