Jonathan Davies and Rhys Patchell both need surgery after sustaining injuries. At the Rugby World Cup and face lengthy spells on the sidelines. The Welsh Rugby Union announced the news in a statement. Davies set to be out for more than six months because of a left knee injury suffered against Fiji.
The middle missed the quarter-last against France however returned for the semi-last against South Africa and the third-place play-off against New Zealand, playing the full 80 minutes on the two events. Be that as it may, he wore substantial lashing and it has now been uncovered that the damage he continued is a genuine one.
Fly-half Patchell endured his shoulder damage against the All Blacks and is sticky for the Six Countries, with his recuperation time evaluated to be somewhere in the range of 12 and four months. Ribs play their first match against Italy on 1 February, with their last conflict on Walk 14 against Scotland in Cardiff. Ridges were without first-decision fly-half, Gareth Anscombe, for the total of the World Cup after he endured genuine knee damage, and he will likewise miss the Six Countries.