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British and Lions coach Warren Gatland has stressed the need to manage players such as Brian O'Driscoll ahead of next week's first Test against Australia.
British and Irish Lions winger Tommy Bowe is to remain with the squad despite having surgery on his hand.
Leicester centre Manu Tuilagi has echoed Brian O'Driscoll's sentiment that he would play in any position in order to line up in the British and Irish Lions Test team.
Leicester flanker Tom Croft has paid tribute to the Tigers after six players from the club were named in the British and Irish Lions squad to tour Australia.
England coach Stuart Lancaster has kept his midfield options open by including Manu Tuilagi, Brad Barritt and Billy Twelvetrees in his 25-man squad for Sunday's RBS Six Nations clash with Ireland.
Brad Barritt believes England can remain a serious attacking force in Manu Tuilagi's absence.
Manu Tuilagi has been ruled out of England's Six Nations opener against Scotland on Saturday, while Alex Corbisiero will miss the entire championship.
England coach Stuart Lancaster admits he is concerned about the fitness of Manu Tuilagi ahead of the Six Nations opener against Scotland on 2 February.
England flanker Tom Johnson has been ruled out of the entire Six Nations with a knee ligament injury, while fly-half Freddie Burns and prop Alex Corbisiero will miss the beginning of the tournament.
Former Australia coach Eddie Jones has slammed Manu Tuilgai as "arrogant" and "disrespectful" for the way he scored his try against New Zealand.
The phoney war is now over, with the real conflict set to get underway at the Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane on Saturday.
The British and Irish Lions suffered their first defeat to Australian provincial opposition in 42 years as they were shocked by the Brumbies.
The British and Irish Lions lost their first match on the 2013 tour after a disappointing 14-12 defeat to the Brumbies.
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