2018 Six Nations injury list: Who is out and who is doubtful

2018 Six Nations injury list: Who’s ruled out and who is doubtful

SCOTLAND – Total players currently injured: 10

SHORT-TERM

Richie Gray Veteran lock will miss Scotland’s three-day training camp with a calf knock but not yet a doubt for the opening game against Wales.

Alex Dunbar – Went off with a concussion against Exeter Chiefs and is currently in the protocol.

Darryl Marfo – A star last November, Marfo picked up a back injury at the start of January and is expected to miss Scotland’s first two matches.

DOUBTFUL

Allan Dell – Working his way back from groin surgery and may feature in the final two rounds of the tournament.

RULED OUT

WP Nel – Broken arm at the start of December ruled the tighthead out for 12 weeks, putting him in doubt to play any part in the tournament.

Zander Fagerson – Scotland’s rising star at tighthead was sidelined at the start of January for eight weeks with a foot injury.

George Turner – Another Scottish hooker to pick up an injury before the tournament, Turner damaged his knee medial ligaments against Exeter on January 20.

Ross Ford – Veteran hooker has been out since last November after suffering a pectoral injury before last year’s autumn internationals.

Fraser Brown – Held out after a number of concussions, with Brown’s condition being reviewed regularly.

Al Dickinson – No word on a return date for the 34-year-old prop who has not played a competitive game now in over a year.

George Turner – The hooker suffered a medial knee ligament injury against Exeter on Saturday and has been ruled out for eight weeks.

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