MANU TUILAGI makes his Leicester comeback towards Munster to steer the cost for England’s Euro flops.
The return of the steamrolling Crimson Rose star additionally offers Eddie Jones an enormous Six Nations increase.
And Christmas got here early for Tigers with fellow centre Matt Toomua additionally again for the crunch Champions Cup conflict.
Harm-plagued Tuilagi, 26, has been out for 3 months after damaging knee ligaments on the opening day of the Premiership season.
Forward of dealing with the Irish giants, Tigers boss Matt O’Connor stated: “Matt and Manu have coaching laborious.
“They’re world-class performers and it’s nice they’re again.”
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After ALL SEVEN English golf equipment misplaced within the Champions Cup final weekend — the primary time that has occurred — Tuilagi’s return brings much-needed festive cheer.
He visited a witch physician in his native Samoa throughout his newest spell out in a bid to exorcise his damage demons.
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And Tuilagi will now be concentrating on a return to the England squad for a pre-Six Nations warm-up in Brighton on January 2.
Going through Munster at a packed-out Welford Highway is an enormous check on his comeback.
And O’Connor admits his aspect should ship an enormous efficiency tomorrow to maintain hopes alive of making the quarter-finals.
He stated: “We ready nicely for final weekend however didn’t ship on the day and acquired crushed by a really dedicated Munster aspect.
“Now we’re an enormous response at residence. Pool four is the tightest of all of the teams within the competitors — all 4 groups nonetheless have the whole lot to play for.”
Tuilagi and England’s not so magnificent seven face an enormous activity making an attempt to halt their very own Brexit after per week from hell.
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Double European winners and reigning champs Saracens go to last year’s runners-up Clermont on a revenge mission.
The French club humbled Sarries 46-14 on Monday night — handing them their biggest defeat ever in the competition.
Elsewhere, domestic title holders Exeter Chiefs fly to Dublin to face Stuart Lancaster’s three-time winners Leinster at the Aviva Stadium, but NO Prem side top their Euro group.
So with only three runners-up spots up for grabs for the quarter-finals, it is do-or-die for English sides still clinging on to their European dream.