England Head Coach Stuart Lancaster has admitted that Northampton Saints centre Luther Burrell is "almost certain" to miss the first test with New Zealand at Twickenham.
The 26-year-old injured his hand in Saturday's European Champions Cup win over Ospreys, and he has now effectively been ruled out of England's first test of the autumn in 10 days time.
Burrell will now visit a specialist to determine whether he can make any of the remaining games in the series, with England also taking on South Africa, Samoa and Australia.
"He's still in the equation further down the line. He's definitely not out the series. We'll see how he goes.
If the specialist is positive, then potentially he could come back into camp next week, but he won't have done any of the work."
The Chief Inspector of Schools is visiting the British Racing School in Newmarket today.
The head of Ofsted, Sir Michael Wilshaw will tour the facility to see how it is training young people for careers in the racing industry.
He will meet staff and students as part of a wider initiative by Ofsted to maintain and improve education standards, which is currently being consulted on.
Teams from the Anglia region selected at the FA Cup first-round draw at the National Football Centre at St George's Park:
Ties to be played on 7, 8, 9, 10 November 2014
A budding driver from Norfolk is hoping to follow the path taken by Britain's Lewis Hamilton into a racing career.
Hamilton is just one of a number of drivers who made their way to Formula One by racing in the Formula Karts series.
It's a dream Jack Tritton from North Walsham near Norwich now has, after being picked to take part.
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Today marks the 30th anniversary of the 1984 fire that destroyed the main stand at Norwich City Football Club
35 firemen spent hours tackling the blaze, with the club losing photographs, trophies and years of tradition.
The stand was eventually replaced in 1987.
Colchester United striker Dan Holman has joined Conference side Aldershot Town on a month's loan.
The 24-year-old signed for the U's in the summer, but has hardly featured.
He has recently returned from a similar loan spell at Wrexham where he was restricted to limited game time.
"We're hoping that Dan will be able to get some minutes on the pitch this time.
He went to Wrexham, but only played 35 minutes so he's still not where we need him to be where match fitness is concerned.
He'll now go to Aldershot and will see where it goes from there."
A memorial is being held today to celebrate the life of triple Formula One World Champion Sir Jack Brabham who died of kidney disease in May.
The event at Silverstone is due to be attended by some of the greatest names in Motorsport including Sir Stirling Moss, Sir Frank Williams and Sir Jackie Stewart.