Because of the isolation by covid, after the conflict in South Africa, Scarlets You will not be able to present yourself to the duel before Bristol Bears by the first date of the Champions Cup.
According to the rules of the competition, not being able to play the game due to lack of training, the Welsh team will lose this duel against the English team 28-0.
“It’s a decision that we haven’t just made,” Scarlets CEO Simon Muderack said. “This is a great match between two great clubs, which the hicnhas, the players and the staff from both sides were waiting for,” he added.
“Ultimately, however, the well-being of our players has to be our priority and, following discussions with our staff, it was felt that there was too much risk to ask currently quarantined players to play a game of this magnitude and intensity. just a day later coming out of quarantine, “he explained.