Nick Isiekwe, Billy Vunipola, Mako Vunipola

No 8 Billy Vunipola is in doubt for England's November tests after picking up an injury for Saracens

No 8 Billy Vunipola is in doubt for England's November tests after picking up an injury for Saracens

It is the third time Vunipola has broken his arm in this year alone. "He is expected to be out of action for around 12 weeks", confirmed Saracens in a statement.

Mako was forced off in the first half of Saracens' 13-3 victory over the Glasgow Warriors and was seen in a protective boot during the game.

Mako Vunipola is also an injury concern for England ahead of the November tests.

Only last month, Billy Vunipola struck a disarmingly honest chord when admitting he had previously tried to "be a hero" and play through the pain of injury.

"Billy has fractured his left arm and will have surgery on Tuesday".

Gloucester's Ben Morgan, deemed surplus to Test requirements since the 2015 World Cup, is fit and in form, so could now come into head coach Jones' reckoning.

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Former Auckland No 8 Hughes is in hot water for appearing to mock the verdict of an RFU disciplinary panel when tweeting "what a joke" during a hearing for an alleged punch.

Eddie Jones will name his squad on Thursday and injuries...

The All Blacks' match schedule for their five-game end of year tour to Japan and Europe.

Wingers Jonny May and Marland Yarde are also under injury clouds.

England face South Africa on 3 November at Twickenham Stadium in their opening fixture of the November internationals.

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