Wales coach Wayne Pivac facing tough selection calls for crunch Six Nations encounter against England with a host of stars fit again for Cardiff clash
- Wales coach Wayne Pivac must decide who to pick in the centre to play England
- He must consider whether Josh Adams is ready to start after his Covid breach
- Leigh Halfpenny and Josh Navidi are also fit and ready to face England in Cardiff
Wales have some huge selection calls to make for their clash with England having declared a ‘clean bill of health’ aside from Tomos Williams, who was always set to miss the game with hamstring trouble.
Wayne Pivac needs to decide who to pick in the centre from Jonathan Davies, George North, Johnny Williams, Willis Halaholo and Owen Watkin.
And out wide he must consider whether Josh Adams is ready to start after his Covid bubble breach ban.
Wales coach Wayne Pivac has some huge selection calls to make for England clash on Saturday
Leigh Halfpenny is still going through head-injury checks but is set to be ready, along with Josh Navidi.
‘The selection meetings have been a lot longer than they were,’ said forwards coach Jonathan Humphreys.
‘There are difficult discussions going on about the combinations but, for us, that’s positive.’
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