Wales scrum-half Rhys Webb could miss Six Nations due to injury he suffered against Australia


Rhys Webb suffered ankle ligament damage as his side were trounced 32-8 by the Wallabies and will undergo surgery on Friday.

The Welsh Rugby Union (WRU) confirmed the 27-year-old faces at least 12 weeks of rehabilitation, jeopardising his participation in the Six Nations, which begins on February 4.


“Scrum-half Rhys Webb has been released from the Wales squad due to an ankle injury,” read a WRU statement.

“Webb suffered ankle ligament damage in the fixture against Australia and will undergo surgery tomorrow [Friday].

“It is expected that Webb will undertake a period of rehabilitation of at least 12 weeks.”

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