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Walking wounded


Written by Rob Otto (robdylan)

Posted in :Original Content, Sharks, Super Rugby on 15 Jul 2014 at 09:26
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Cell C Sharks Director of Rugby Jake White has a few injury concerns to mull over ahead of Saturday’s Super Rugby knock-out clash against the Highlanders at Kings Park.

It is hoped that Beast Mtawarira and Pat Lambie could be passed fit to play; even though the former seemed to indicate in a tweet that he might still be out for a few weeks. Lambie has been there or thereabouts for a fortnight now, but should now finally be ready for action. White has indicated that he will not automatically throw either player straight into a starting role, though, meaning potential bench spots for both.

There are new casualties after Saturday’s grudge match in Cape Town; perhaps the most worrying are knocks taken by both Bismarck du Plessis and Willem Alberts which will see at least some doubt about their involvement this weekend. You’d fancy that Bismarck’s troublesome neck would need to be actually broken in order to keep him from leading his troops into this vital battle, particularly given the disastrous result when he missed the corresponding fixture during the regular season.

JP Pietersen will need to pass a concussion test, after being knocked out cold during the fist half in Cape Town, while Dale Chadwick and Cobus Reinach will also need to prove their fitness this week. The Sharks have to date revealed no details regarding Chadwick’s leg injury, while Reinach was withdrawn ahead of the Cape Town clash purely as a precautionary measure and should be expected to play this week.

The Sharks team will be announced at 10 on Thursday morning.



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