Bath Rugby has confirmed that England winger Anthony Watson received an MRI scan yesterday in order to ascertain the extent of the knee injury he sustained at the Heineken Champions Cup fixture against Harlequins on Saturday.
Watson has begun his rehabilitation at the Club after confirmation that his injury is an MCL tear, and that he will not need surgery.
The winger is expected to return to full training around the New Year period but will need a number of weeks to get back to full fitness.
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Meanwhile, Charlie Ewels will see a knee specialist tomorrow in order to confirm next steps of his management, with his scan having also confirming MCL tear, albeit of a slightly higher grade.
The expected timescales of Ewelss rehabilitation will be confirmed in due course.