Roberts a doubt for November Tests
September 14, 2013
Wales are sweating on the fitness of star centre Jamie Roberts ahead of the November Tests.
Roberts signed for Racing Metro in the summer but hurt his ankle playing against Perpignan last Sunday. Roberts will now seek the advice of a specialist with previous reports suggesting he is out for "several weeks".
"I have had a little knock to the ankle," Roberts told the BBC. "I'm waiting on a specialist and having scans and it's all a bit of a grey area what to do about it at the moment."
Wales kick-off their autumn Test programme against South Africa on November 9.
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