Wasps and England centre Elliot Daly will return for Wasps end-of-season run-in following a hand injury picked up against Leicester Tigers last Sunday.
Daly suffered a compound dislocation during Wasps defeat to Leicester Tigers last Sunday, prematurely forced from the field of play although was able to bag a brace of tries for Wasps in the first-half.
The England and Lions wing required gas and air once off the pitch and spent the rest of the evening with his arm in a sling, such was the extent of the dislocation.
It has now been revealed that Daly will return to play in six weeks, available for Wasps end-of-season run-in and England's tour to South Africa this summer.
Daly yesterday (Monday 26th March) headed out to Dubai, making the most of his time injured. Welcome news for England head coach Eddie Jones, who will benefit the most from Daly's injury. The Wasps wing/centre will be able to make the most of some time in the sun and returning to international selection with a few games under his belt, fresher than initially thought.