Wales Winger Louis Rees-Zammit has left out of their squad to face England at Twickenham in the Six Nations.
21-year-old winger will not be involved in the matchday 23 and, as a result, will be released back to his club Gloucester for their weekend clash with Premiership league leaders Leicester Tigers.
Josh Adams is now fit again after missing the Scotland game with a calf injury, he is set to replace Rees-Zammit
Alex Cuthbert is in line to keep his starting spot after an impressive display against Scotland.
Rees-Zammit has struggled to impose himself in the first two games of the Six Nations.
The 21-year-old damaged his ankle in the warm-up against Ireland but still played in the Dublin defeat.
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“Josh is a class player, whether it’s at 13 or wing he’s a class act. He can play either [position] equally well,” Neil Jenkins, the Wales assistant coach, said on Tuesday.
Adams’ return, at the expense of Rees-Zammit, would leave Alex Cuthbert and Johnny McNicholl battling for the other wing berth, with Cuthbert having started against Scotland.