Wales fly-half Dan Biggar ruled out of Uruguay game

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Dan Biggar will miss Wales Pool D game against Uruguay to really have a head injury assessed.
Coach Warren Gatland affirmed afterwards he took a setback to the second consecutive game as Wales beat Fiji 29-17 Biggar was ruled out.
But he also played down worries over wing Josh Adams and centre Jonathan Davies.
Josh just got a dead leg Jonathan together with his kneesomething similar. But you never know with knees, he explained.
All three players had been planning to have been rested with Wales already ensured of a location for Sundays game against Uruguay.
Biggar was hurt when he and Wales full-back Liam Williams awakened .
The Northampton Saints stand-off neglected a head injury assessment (HIA) at Wales past match against Australia.
Gatland said Biggar would be evaluated prior to the quarter-final.
He did not perform a HIA against Fiji, he was simply removed from the field, said Gatland.
It means that he will not be in consideration for Sunday and that he will need to go through protocols.
Well probably get a person to check at him as well.
Jonathan will most likely be assessed tomorrow once all players go and have a review of today.
Biggars injury may be a drawback for Gatland, together with Rhys Patchell the other professional fly-half from the squad.
Full-back Liam Williams and centre Hadleigh Parkes could be choices, also Hallam Amos has trained there.
Asked who are cover 10, Gatland responded:I do not know.
Well sit down as coaches and look at that.
Some gamers are going to need to copy, particularly backs. We may go to get a 6-2 split onto the seat with six forwards.
Weve got some superior nines. This may be looked at by us. Hadleigh Parkes was talked Liam Williams and around.
Weve been operating Hallam Amos at 10 in training and he has looked pretty sharp there.
Gareth Davies went on the wing for all now and that he did a project for us out there.
With the brief turnaround, we will need to freshen up players. Hopefully were good enough to perform a job on Sunday to procure this group.
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