MARO ITOJE and Dylan Hartley took half in mild England coaching this morning.
The crocked pair have been rehabbing with Aussie guidelines knowledgeable Neil Craig as the remainder of Eddie Jones’ squad get able to face Wales in an epic Six Nations decider every week on Saturday.
And Jones hopes that second row Itoje might even nick a spot on the bench for the journey to the Welsh capital.
Itoje suffered knee ligament injury within the first spherical win towards Eire.
Talking after the win towards France, Aussie boss Jones mentioned: “Whether or not Maro’s obtainable for Wales might be extra of a protracted shot, however you by no means know – he’s received fairly freakish recuperative powers so we’ll wait and see.
“It’ll be helpful to deliver him off the bench.”
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Hooker Hartley is more of a doubt, though, with his own knee problem.
The ex skipper has been out since December and could need surgery to clear out his battered knee if his rehab plan doesn’t work.
When asked about his hopes for the 32-year-old, Jones said: “It’s probably a little bit slower.
“I couldn’t see him be available for Wales.”
Former England centre and captain Will Carling was also present at training as part of his role as a mentor for Jones’ men.