The scarlets and Wales centre has recovered from a knee Injury sustained in the 2019 world Cup 3rd-place match.

The 32-year-old has spent 47 weeks in the infirmary, but has already started training with the club for the new PRO-14 season and is in the starting line-up for the dragons ‘ friendly with the Ospreys.

Jonathan “the Fox” Davies has made 87 international appearances (81 for Wales and 6 for the British and Irish lions), scoring 16 tries. In 2011 and 2019, he was ranked 4th with the Welsh at the world cups. He will miss the 2015 tournament due to injury.

The Polish national team naturalized a Tongan

He can make his debut for the eagles in the match against Ukraine.

Waha Halaifonya is a 25-year-old fourth-year-old born in the Kingdom of Tonga. The player moved to the Polish championship in 2017 and has already obtained local citizenship, playing for FC Skra Warsaw, which is in 2nd place in the Extraliga after six rounds.

Interestingly, vahey’s older brother, David, is known for playing for Gloucester, with whom he won the challenge Cup in 2015. David also made 33 appearances and scored 27 points for the Tonga national team, playing at the 2015 and 2019 world cups.

Debut wahi Califonia for the national team of Poland will take place on the 10th of October in the game against Ukraine.

France has lost another player ahead of the autumn Cup of Nations

Dani Priso’s La Rochelle pole is out of action for the rest of the year.

The 26-year-old first-line forward will undergo hand surgery and miss at least three months.

Priso made his debut for the French national team in 2018 and during that time played 14 games for Le Bleu.

Earlier, Fabien Galtier’s team lost Anthony Belo.

Nigel Owens will become the first centurion amongst the arbitrators

Now the 49-year-old referee has 98 international matches.

It is at the Autumn Cup of Nations that the Welshman will submit a hundred, and he will become the first Rugby referee to achieve such an achievement.

“I want to congratulate Nigel on his appointments and the upcoming hundredth test. This remarkable event demonstrates his passion for refereeing, character, commitment to the highest standards and ability to change for the better throughout his career,” said World Rugby chief Executive bill beaumont.

Nigel Owens will referee the England – Georgia (November 14) and France – Italy (November 28) matches.

Interestingly, the Welshman played his debut match on the international stage in classic Rugby on February 16, 2003 in Lisbon, where in the framework of the European championship (then the European Cup of Nations) Portugal beat Georgia (34:30).