tom curryhopes of fulfillment England comeback against Wales Six Nations Postponed on Saturday due to an unspecified leg issue.

Curry was set to make his first international game since the fall, recovering from a knee-crust tear, but had to withdraw from the 26-man reduced roster named after Steve Borthwick.

Sale winger’s twin brother, Ben, was chosen to replace him, but there is no room for a back rower in the team. Ben EarlMaking an impact from the bench against Scotland and Italy.

Curry finished off the Sharks’ defeat at Northampton on Saturday, appearing for the first time after tearing his hamstring on 8 January, but bad luck struck him again to keep him from being placed in England’s back row.

“Tom will be a big player for us. We will miss him this weekend,” defensive coach Kevin Sinfield aforementioned. “He was really good at camp. He’s a seasoned international now and has a lot of hats under his belt.

Tom Dunn, Will Stuart, David Ribbans, Fraser Dingwall, Tommy Freeman, Bevan Rodd, George Ford and Sam Simmonds are the other players who left the cast mentioned earlier this week.

Courtney Laws He is present as he approaches his first UK appearance since leading Australia on the July tour.

Lawes’ season has been drastically interrupted by concussions, neck, hip and calf injuries, but he will play a role in the lock or blind wing in the Six Nations showdown in Cardiff.

“Besides her playing talent, Courtney takes more from the players around her,” Sinfield said. “There aren’t many players in world rugby who have that effect across the team. He definitely understood.

“He has a real presence – he’s physical, tough, and very, very active for a big guy. Since everything’s fine, he should be there for the weekend.”

After Ollie Hassell-Collins was eliminated from the Round 3 challenge due to a knee issue, there will be at least one guaranteed change in the first XV.

Anthony Watson and the hatless Cadan Murley are retained as wing guards, while Henry Arundell’s promotion from the bench is another option.

England 26-man squad:

Forwards: O Chessum (Leicester), D Cole (Leicester), B Curry (Sale), A Dombrandt (Harlequins), E Genge (Bristol), J George (Saracens), N Isiekwe (Saracens), M Itoje (Saracens), C Lawes (Northampton), L Ludlam (Northampton), K Sinckler (Bristol), M Vunipola (Saracens), J Walker (Harlequins), J Willis (Toulouse).

Backs: H Arundell (London Irish), O Farrell (Saracens), O Lawrence (Bath), M Malins (Saracens), J Marchant (Harlequins), A Mitchell (Northampton), C Murley (Harlequins), H Slade (Exeter) , M Smith (Harlequins), F Steward (Leicester), J van Poortvliet (Leicester), A Watson (Leicester).