Six Nations 2022: Scotland’s Rory Sutherland to miss the rest of the championship

Rory Sutherland is helped off the field
Rory Sutherland (far too righ), was only able play 18 minutes against Wales

Rory Sutherland of Scotland is expected to miss the Six Nations rest because of shoulder and rib injuries.

After starting against England, Sutherland (29), was called up to the bench for Saturday's loss in Wales. However, he was later removed from the game with a knee injury.

He could be out for as much as six weeks. Worcester Warriors head coach Steve Diamond stated: “It is painful.”

Scotland will host France 26 February, just before it hosts trips to Italy (12/33) and Ireland (19/31).

Diamond stated, “He's got an badly bruised shoulder. AC joint. And rib up top.

“Do not know if it is fractured, but he expects to be out between 4 and 6 weeks.”

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