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Leicester Tigers centre Anthony Allen has been ruled out for up to three months with a leg injury.
Leicester centre Anthony Allen is relishing the chance to renew his partnership with new Tigers fly-half Ryan Lamb.
The loss of Manu Tuilagi will not harm Leicester's bid for a third successive Premiership crown according to centre Anthony Allen.
Newcastle remain confident of Aviva Premiership survival ahead of the visit of Leicester on Friday.
England have drafted Leicester centre Anthony Allen into their squad ahead of Saturday's game against Samoa at Twickenham.
Anthony Allen and Geoff Parling have joined Guinness Premiership champions Leicester Tigers.
Ryan Lamb and Anthony Allen have joined the exodus from Gloucester following the west country club's dismal run-in to the season.
Gloucester have revealed that centre Olly Barkley could be on his way out after just one season.
Injuries to key players have given coach Dean Ryan a major headache ahead of Gloucester' return Heineken Cup clash against Bourgoin.
Anthony Allen has agreed a two-year extension to his current deal at Gloucester.
Dean Ryan attacked England's selectors over their treatment of Anthony Allen.
Mike Tindall insists Gloucester team-mate Anthony Allen is ready to play for England.
England are sweating on the fitness of Mathew Tait ahead of the clash against New Zealand.
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