Extinct British and Irish Lions captain Alun Wyn Jones said on Tuesday no followers all over this year’s South Africa tour would be a “travesty.”
Doubts over the fixtures derive elevated ensuing from the coronavirus pandemic’s order within the Rainbow Nation.
Jones, 35, who captained within the invitational facet in 2013 on the sixth of his nine Take a look at look for the Lions, said England’s Owen Farrell, Ireland’s Johnny Sexton and Scotland’s Stuart Hogg all settle on it to happen in 2021.
“It would possibly per chance maybe per chance probably maybe maybe well be travesty if the followers would possibly per chance maybe maybe no longer be in a save to head and peep it,” he said on the initiate for this year’s Six Nations.
“Having been fascinated with about a excursions it’s very particular because the followers diagram it that manner. From the captains’ point of leer, we’re all in agreement that if it will it will silent poke forward this year.
“I deem it needs to head forward this year. The jury’s out over where it will happen,” he said.
Wales skipper Jones has neglected seven weeks of scurry after suffering a knee damage in December’s victory over Italy however said he’ll be fit to host Ireland on February 7.
“I have been up and working for two to three weeks,” Jones.
“All that is progressed in point of fact well and I am wait on in group practicing so I defend up for preference,” he added.
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