Wales centre Jonathan Davies out for six months with ankle injury
Last Updated: 14/11/17 9:24am
Wales centre Jonathan Davies requires surgery on his injured ankle and will be ruled out of action for up to six months.
The British and Irish Lion suffered the injury during the closing stages of Wales' 29-21 defeat to Australia and was helped from the Principality Stadium pitch.
The Welsh Rugby Union expect Davies to be sidelined "in the region of six months", potentially ruling him out of the 2018 Six Nations.
Harlequins centre Jamie Roberts has replaced Davies in the Wales squad ahead of Saturday's international against Georgia.
Roberts captained Wales for their June Tests against Tonga and Samoa but failed to make Warren Gatland's autumn squad as the Wales head coach opted to experiment with a second playmaker at inside centre.
Wales face Georgia, back-to-back world champions New Zealand and South Africa in their remaining autumn internationals.