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Malzieu replaces injured Fall for Wales clash

Text by News Wires

Latest update : 2010-02-24

France wing Benjamin Fall has been ruled out of France's Six Nations game against Wales on Friday after spraining his left ankle in training on Tuesday. He will be replaced by Julien Malzieu (photo left) for the match in Cardiff.

AFP - France wing Benjamin Fall will miss Friday's Six Nations match against Wales at the Millennium Stadium (2000 GMT) after spraining his left ankle in training on Tuesday.

"Fall has been ruled out after medical tests. He will be replaced by Julien Malzieu and Marc Andreu will join the team as a replacement," France media manager Lionel Rossigneux said.

Lock Pascal Pape, who also sprained an ankle in training and had medical tests on Tuesday, has been passed fit, he added.


 

Date created : 2010-02-24

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