The centre is poised to appear in a Six Nations game for the first time in 721 days at Twickenham this Saturday
If there is one man England are keen to see back fit and singing the anthems at Twickenham, it is Manu Tuilagi. With the possible exception of Storm Eunice, few are better equipped to flatten anything in their path and the red-rose management are advising Wales to batten down the hatches when they head to Twickenham this weekend.
With their opening-round defeat in Scotland having, in effect, left England needing to win all their remaining games to be title contenders, the news that Tuilagi is back fully fit and firing has been a tonic for the troops. Barring any mishaps in training this week, he is set to feature in a Six Nations fixture for the first time in 721 days.
Written by Robert Kitson
This news first appeared on https://www.theguardian.com/sport/2022/feb/20/manu-tuilagi-braced-to-kick-up-a-storm-in-englands-wales-showdown under the title “Manu Tuilagi braced to kick up a storm in England’s Wales showdown | Robert Kitson”. Bolchha Nepal is not responsible or affiliated towards the opinion expressed in this news article.