Early reports suggested Ben Morgan may have fractured his leg.
Ben Morgan : Gloucester number eight is now in doubt for Six Nations
Via bbc.com England number eight Ben Morgan is a doubt for the Six Nations after being carried off and given oxygen during Gloucester’s win over Saracens. The 25-year-old, who has 27 caps, hurt his left leg early in the second half.
England’s Six Nations campaign begins with a trip to Wales on 6 February
Early reports suggested Ben Morgan may have fractured his leg and Gloucester director of rugby David Humphreys said: “When you see someone coming off on a stretcher it’s never a good sign.” He added: “All I know at this stage is it’s a lower leg injury, I’m not sure of the extent. “That’s something we will probably not know until a medical review tomorrow and then see a specialist as early as we can next week.”
Referee JP Doyle stopped the game immediately after Morgan was tackled just short of the Saracens line, and a lengthy spell of treatment followed.
Ben Morgan scored three tries during the autumn internationals and was one of England’s most impressive performers. He signed a new contract with his hometown club last week, having joined them in 2012 after a spell with Scarlets. After Ben Morgan went off, James Hook’s long-range penalty with the last kick of the game gave Gloucester a thrilling Premiership victory over Sarries at Kingsholm.