Ireland prop Cian Healy has been cleared to face England in the final match of the Six Nations after recovering from a huge clash during the win over Scotland on the weekend, according to a report on the Daily Mail.
The 30-year-old seemed to be a bit weary after a huge collision with Scotland player Stuart Hogg but Ireland claim that he is completely fine to play against England as Ireland seek to win the Grand Slam at Twickenham.
The Six Nations champions have been in top form throughout the tournament and have seen their efforts rewarded by moving up to second place in the world rankings, moving above arch-rivals England.
Following the win over Scotland, Ireland manager Joe Schmidt was quick to say that Healy was fine and he has been backed up by the Irish Rugby Football Union.
They released a statement, which said:
Cian Healy suffered a stinger-like injury to the shoulder/trapezuis area.
He experienced some discomfort on the field and received the appropriate treatment. Cian will train fully this week.
Ireland will need all their best first-team players fit for the clash as England will try their best to deny them the Grand Slam victory as they did to them last year.