Six Nations 2014: Manu Tuilagi and Marland Yarde return to England squad ahead of crucial Wales encounter
The Leicester centre made his return from surgery on a pectoral muscle injury on the weekend while London Irish wing Yarde has proven his fitness with two recent run-outs
Monday 03 March 2014
Manu Tuilagi and Marland Yarde have been restored to England's squad ahead of Sunday's RBS Six Nations clash with Wales, the Rugby Football Union has announced.
Tuilagi and Yarde have recovered from the respective pectoral and hip injuries that have prevented them from participating in the championship to date.
The three-quarter duo will arrive at England's training camp in Bagshot on Monday night, but neither player is likely to be involved against Wales.
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