Rugby

Williams out of Wallaby Test

2016-10-25 14:03
Liam Williams (AP)

Cape Town - Wales utility-back Liam Williams has suffered an ankle injury and will be out for two weeks.

According to walesonline.co.uk, Williams injured his ankle during Scarlets' 44-26 loss against Saracens last weekend.

The injury comes at an unfortunate time for Wales as it means Williams will not be available to play Australia on the November 5, but should be ready for their clash with Argentina.

During the November internationals, Wales will play Australia on November 5, Argentina on November 12, Japan on November 19 and South Africa on November 26.

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