Mixed news on injury front for Munster

Oli Jager arrives before Munster rugby squad training at University of Limerick. Photo: Sam Barnes.

NEW signing Oli Jager is in line for a starting spot with Munster in Friday’s URC outing with Glasgow Warriors at Musgrave Park, 7.35pm.

In a squad update, the province confirmed that Jager has joined his new clubmates and “his availability for selection at the weekend will be determined as the week progresses.”

RG Snyman is also back at the High Performance Centre in Limerick and continuing to rehab after undergoing surgery on a chest/shoulder injury following the World Cup Final.

On the injury front, there is good news for both Peter O’Mahony (shoulder) and Jack O’Donoghue (ankle) after they sustained injuries against Stormers.

O’Mahony and O’Donoghue are unavailable for this weekend but are not expected to be out long-term.

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The news is less positive for Jack Daly as he suffered an ankle injury at a recent training session, and will undergo surgery.

Continuing to rehab: Liam Coombes (shoulder), RG Snyman (chest/shoulder), Joey Carbery (wrist), Patrick Campbell (ankle), Roman Salanoa (knee), Mike Haley (hip), Cian Hurley (ankle/achilles), Niall Scannell (groin).