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Saracens lose Hodgson for 'weeks' due to surgery


Charlie Hodgson is not expected back soon

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Article Published: Wednesday 7 November 2012


Former England flyhalf Charlie Hodgson has been ruled out of all rugby for a "number of weeks" due to a facial injury.

Hodgson fractured a cheekbone playing in the Aviva Premiership against London Wasps in the closing stages of the match.

The flyhalf has already undergone undergone surgery to repair a fractured cheekbone on Monday but when he can return is not yet known.

The injury is a blow for Saracens as Hodgson has been enjoying good form and the Premiership club have already lost Owen Farrell for the next month as he is on England duty.

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Team
Pld
W
D
L
Pts
1
18
14
1
3
67
2
Saracens
19
13
1
5
61
3
Bath Rugby
19
13
0
6
61
4
Leicester Tigers
19
12
1
6
55
             
5
Exeter Chiefs
18
11
0
7
54
6
Wasps
18
9
1
8
48
7
Sale Sharks
18
10
0
8
47
8
Harlequins
19
9
0
10
43
9
Gloucester Rugby
19
7
1
11
38
10
London Irish
18
6
0
12
33
11
Newcastle Falcons
19
4
1
14
26
12
London Welsh
18
0
0
18
1
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