EXCLUSIVE: Danny Care lined up for Shock England recalls four years since his last appearance with Eddie Jones, considering a second chance at scrum-hall veteran this summer
- Danny Care is considered an unexpected return to England this summer
- Sportsmail understands Eddie Jones may give the 35-year-old a second chance
- Care was one of the Premiership’s top players despite his age
Danny Care is being considered for England’s shocking appeal after four years in international exile.
The international scrum-hale career seemed to be over, but Sports mail understands that Eddie Jones may offer the veteran a second chance this summer.
Jones will appoint his squad to fight the Barbarians on Sunday night.
Danny Care is being considered for England’s shock dismissal after four years in international exile
The 35-year-old scrum veteran has 84 appearances for England but hasn’t played for his country recently
Care is available for selection after the Harlequins have been eliminated from the Premiership playoffs by the Saracens.
Despite being one of the oldest players in the league, the 35-year-old is one of the Premiership players.
The Leeds-born star has an amazing collaboration with Quins No 10 Marcus Smith.
The Leeds-born star partnered with Quins 10 Marcus Smith (left)
Smith was Jones’ first pick outside of the half during the Six Nations, and the prospect of joining him with Care on an international and club level is intriguing.
The former England Sevens player has made 84 appearances for England and for several years he was Ben Youngs’ understudy in a scrum half, often used as a substitute for a shot.
Care was the Premiership’s second-highest scorer in the 2020-21 season with 12 points and was a key figure in their championship title.