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England have recalled Nick Easter and Danny Cipriani to the side’s training squad ahead of their opening Six Nations game against Wales.
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This will be Easter’s first Six Nations call-up since 2011 and Cipriani’s first in six years, reports BBC Sport and the two have been selected along with five other British and Irish Lions who have recovered from injuries.
Alex Corbisero, Dan Cole, Geoff Parling, Mako Vunipola and Tom Youngs all return to the 34 man training squad.
England will face Wales at the Millennium Stadium on 6 February where the training squad will have been cut to 23.
This will be Easter’s first England cap under coach Stuart Lancaster whilst Cipriani will join three other fly halves in the squad in George Ford, Owen Farrell and Stephen Myler.
However, Ben Foden, Joe Launchbury and Ed Slater will all miss the entire Six Nations through injury.
Sam Burgess and Tom Croft have both joined England’s second string, the Saxons, and will play the Irish Wolfhounds on 30th January.