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Wales flanker Josh Navidi is counting himself fortunate that a freak injury has not ended his World Cup dream.
Navidi suffered a dislocated elbow just six days after starring in Wales' Six Nations Grand Slam-sealing victory over Ireland last month.
The Cardiff Blues back rower has been ruled out for up to 12 weeks, but the 28-year-old knows the injury could have had far more serious consequences with a World Cup in Japan approaching fast.
"I spoke to (Blues teammate) Blaine Scully and he said he was out for six months with a similar injury," Navidi said.
"I was quite taken aback that I'd come off quite lucky.
"Luckily I spoke to Blaine after the diagnosis - I'm glad that I hadn't spoken to him before!
"This could have been a lot worse, and I'm thankful that I will be ready for World Cup camp."
Navidi's season came to a premature end inside two minutes of the Blues' Guinness PRO14 derby against the Scarlets on March 22.
He was attempting to clean out a ruck when his arm was struck from behind by Blues scrum-half Tomos Williams.
"It was one of the worst things I've felt on a pitch," Navidi said.
"When I heard that noise I thought 'something's gone on here' and I was rolling around on the floor like an ant with my legs in the air.
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Aaron Ramsey missed Wales training on Saturday ahead of their opening Euro 2020 qualifier against Slovakia.
The Arsenal midfielder is still struggling with the thigh injury which ruled him out of Wednesday's friendly win over Trinidad and Tobago.
David Brooks did train, though, ahead of Sunday's qualifier in Cardiff. The Bournemouth man has been battling an ankle injury.
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Welsh rugby will continue to be represented by four regions for the 2020-21 season after the Professional Rugby Board ruled out a merger.
The announcement means the Ospreys and Scarlets will not be combined and also puts the proposal to establish a team in north Wales on indefinite hold.
The PRB, which runs the Welsh professional game, declared it is "united in its pursuit of what is best" without outlining plans beyond next season. The Scarlets and Ospreys fiercely opposed a deeply unpopular merger as part of so-called Project Reset.
Under that blueprint the combined region in the west of the country, Cardiff Blues, the Dragons and a re-established side in north Wales would comprise the four professional teams.
It was set to be Welsh rugby's biggest domestic shake-up since the inception of regional sides 16 years ago, but it faced immediate hostility.