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Squad Update: Latest on the six grounded Welsh wings

Wales have injury concerns over a number of wingers ahead of their 2018 Six Nations campaign. 
George North: Back on the injury list after missing the entire Autumn campaign with a knee problem. He made a brief return but Northampton confirmed this week that further damage will mean he’ll be out for up to six weeks.
Liam Williams: Hasn’t played in seven weeks since an abdominal injury forced him off for Wales against Georgia. Prior to Christmas, Saracens estimated he’d be out for approximately four weeks.
Hallam Amos: Played in all four Test for Wales over the Autumn, but faces an anxious wait after suffering an ankle injury on Boxing Day. Dragons head coach Bernard Jackman hopes he’ll be back before the end of the month.

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Steff Evans: Currently serving a four-week ban after being sent off in the Scarlets-Ospreys derby on Boxing Day. It means he’ll miss the two final Champions Cup games, but he should be able to return for international duty ahead of the Six Nations.
Aled Brew: Any chance of an international comeback was ended when the Bath winger signed a contract extension through to 2020.
Alex Cuthbert: Made a comeback for the Blues yesterday after a string of injury issues had limited him to three minutes of action in three minutes.

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