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News from the physio room

Injury Update from London Wasps - Cipriani and Barnard back at full fitness but Waldouck ruled out for 6-8 weeks with PCL injury following Wasps trip to Kingsholm

Dominic Waldouck will miss Sunday's game after sustaining a PCL injury against Gloucester

Dominic Waldouck will miss Sunday's game after sustaining a PCL injury against Gloucester

Pat Barnard: Following failure of a fitness test ahead of last weekend’s game - still recovering from a hamstring injury incurred at Wasps v Leicester at Welford Road - Barnard is back in full training and fully fit ahead of Sunday’s game.

Danny Cipriani: Is in full training with the squad following a slight stiffness to his ankle last weekend.

George Skivington: Is currently working to recover from a hip niggle which kept him sidelined in last weekend's game.

Mark Van Gisbergen: Has returned to full training as he continues with his recovery from a strain to his medial knee ligament, sustained in Wasps Guinness Premiership opener against London Irish at the London Double Header.

Dominic Waldouck: Following a consult with a specialist this week, Waldouck has been ruled out of action for the next 6-8 weeks following a posterior cruciate ligament injury in Wasps v Gloucester at Kingsholm. He will begin his rehab programme at the club this week.

Joe Ward: Sustaining a pectoralis major avulsion in Wasps’ Guinness Premiership clash with Northampton Saints on the 20th September, Ward has come through surgery to commence his rehab programme at the club. Recovery time is anticipated to be 12 weeks.