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# Injury Update
Ngatai returns for Leinster but Sexton and Furlong remain doubts
The experienced out-half could miss out on the trip to France to face Racing 92.
# Doubts
Doubts emerge surrounding Harry Kane's World Cup fitness
The England captain stayed down holding his foot after a foul by Iran’s Morteza Pouraliganji.
All time
# Cancelled
Leinster's game called OFF with Montpellier awarded bonus-point win
The French government is toughening rules on travel from the UK from midnight on Friday.
# Doubts
I don't expect Stephen Cluxton to play for Dublin next week: Whelan
There are still doubts over the veteran goalkeeper’s inter-county future ahead of championship.
# Doubts
Masters winner Matsuyama latest Japanese star to join chorus of Olympic concerns
The golfer admitted he was “in two minds” about whether the event should go ahead.
# Doubts
Ireland coach Andy Farrell faces anxious wait on Henderson and Larmour
Ulster captain Iain Henderson was red carded this evening and faces a potential ban while Jordan Larmour went off injured against Treviso with a shoulder problem.
# Doubts
Leading White House adviser says NFL season 'impossible' with current level of coronavirus infection
Dr Anthony Fauci said third- or half-full stadiums would be a possibility, but only if America can significantly curtail COVID-19 before September.
# Doubts
Aguero: Players 'scared' to return to play during pandemic
Clubs are currently in talks over restarting the league next month.
# Future
'We're in discussions with Robbie' - Keane could still have role with FAI
The 39-year-old is not part of Stephen Kenny’s new Ireland backroom staff.
# uncertainty
'Except for wartime, I have never felt so worried' - doubts grow in Japan over Tokyo Olympics
Officials like Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and IOC chief Thomas Bach have repeatedly insisted preparations should continue.
# concerns
EPCR will support any 'preventative measures' in relation to coronavirus
Leinster and Ulster are due to play Champions Cup quarter-finals on the first weekend of April.
# doubt
Ireland hopeful Kearney will overcome calf issue to face Scotland
The 33-year-old reported tightness in his calf during yesterday’s training session in Chiba.
# Doubts
John Cotter sets aside Uefa licence questions to focus on matters close to hand
The interim boss admits he doesn’t know who will be in charge for the upcoming Europa League qualifier.
# Doubts
'If you asked me to put money on it, I wouldn't': Former Dubs star not confident about five-in-a-row
Kieran Duff is worried about the various things that can happen throughout the season to threaten Dublin’s chances.
# Doubts
Ireland hope for more from Murray and Sexton, as well as positive injury news
CJ Stander, Devin Toner and Keith Earls are all doubts for the Scotland clash.
# Doubts
Keith Andrews: Irish reign leaves Martin O'Neill with a 'lot to prove' at Nottingham Forest
The former Irish midfielder is surprised at the appointment.
# Doubts
Maughan: 'Realistically can Mayo win an All-Ireland in 2019? I don’t think so'
John Maughan believes new Mayo manager James Horan will look to build for the future.
# option
Kilcoyne links up with Ireland in Sydney after Addison joined camp last week
Ireland insist that Cian Healy has responded well after an AC injury last weekend against the Wallabies.
# Doubts
Leinster wait on Sexton, O'Brien and Nacewa ahead of Glasgow trip
The trio are all doubts for the round two clash at Scotstoun.
# Doubts
Murray emerges as Lions doubt after Gatland reveals neurologist visit
The Lions boss stated that Murray is suffering with a neck injury.
# chinese doubts
China state media casts doubt on video of Syrian boy Omran Daqneesh
Beijing supports the Syrian government led by Bashar al-Assad.
# Up In The Air
Mourad Boudjellal says Paul O'Connell's move to Toulon is going ahead
A French newspaper suggests O’Connell signed a deal in Toulon yesterday.
# code hopper
'World's fastest rugby player' Isles leaves union to focus on Olympic 7s
The American speedster failed to make a senior appearance for the Glasgow Warriors.
# Doubts
Olympic medical chief backs Chinese sensation Ye, despite suspicions
The 16-year-old swim girl swam faster than the men’s champion Ryan Lochte in the 400m individual medley.