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Wales captain Alun Wyn Jones says Dan Biggar is fit to play after the fly-half was named in Wayne Pivac’s side for the Six Nations match against England at Twickenham.
Biggar has overcome a knee injury suffered playing for Northampton against Saracens last Saturday.
The – year-old was named in the side on Thursday but there were still doubts raised over his participation.
“I can tell you he’s going to play tomorrow,” said Jones.
He added: “I can’t guarantee you anything as I’m not a doctor or a medical professional. All I know is the team sheet and he’s going to play.
“I’ve seen Dan move and shake and do all those things today. I have seen him kicking and passing. Thankfully Dan has come through and he’s available this week. He trained fine today and we’re looking forward to tomorrow. “
Cardiff Blues fly-half Jarrod Evans is a replacement at Twickenham while Sam Davies has been called into the squad and traveled to west London to act as cover.
Wales have had a spate of injuries at fly-half with Gareth Anscombe, Rhys Patchell and Owen Williams sidelined.
“That number 27 position in Wales is always perennially in vogue, “said Jones.
“Dan has got the jersey and the pressure is there and you can see that from his performances.
“When the pressure is there he performs and I am sure he will do it tomorrow.”
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