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England at sixes and sevens over their nines after Care ruled out

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Jenkins to miss Wales opener

Already wounded by the World Cup withdrawals of two of his Lions Test contingent – the centre Gavin Henson and the hooker and captain Matthew Rees – the Wales coach Warren

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Wales' World Cup preparations have been dealt a blow with the news that captain Matthew Rees will miss the tournament due to a neck injury.

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