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PHYSIO Spencer Owens has work to do ahead of the Welsh side's second game in the Four Nations semi-professional tournament.
Wales battled to a point against hosts Scotland, but lost Tony Pennock with a bizarre injury after 39 minutes.
The Carmarthen Town keeper appeared to twist his knee while taking a goal-kick and now his replacement, Tony Roberts, is also struggling with injury.
He damaged a shoulder during a cool performance under pressure in the second-half.
Also on the wounded list are TNS defender Steve Evans (bruising) and midfielder Scott Ruscoe (strain) and Caersws striker Graham Evans (calf), who are all struggling to play against England at Keith on Thursday night.
19 May 2021
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