Rugby World Cup 2019: Jonathan Davies could return for Wales semi-final

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Wales center Jonathan Davies will return for Wales World Cup weekend.
The old was ruled out of the win over France using a recurrence of a knee injury and has been replaced by Ospreys Owen Watkin.
The problem he endured from Fiji and withdrew just 75 minutes before kick-off in Oita was aggravated by davies.
Hopefully with a few rest and the right rehabilitation, he would be available a week, head coach Warren Gatland said.
Davies had trained week with heavy strapping on his left leg was picked on Friday in the side that was starting before aggravating the issue on Saturday.
Wales also have a doubt over Josh Navidi, that abandoned the France game with what seemed to be a hamstring issue.
Jonathan was not far away from being correct. He just decided that was best for the team, Gatland said.
I was worried during the week wed go into the game with two midfielders carrying knocks.
Jonathan pulled from yesterday captains run and we assessed this afternoon and he was not 100 percent but he was not far away.
Hopefully within the following 48 hours so the strategy is to place himself in contention to your semi-final.
Josh seems like hes done a bit of a hamstring and we dont know how severe this is.

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