Verily, the Agence France-Presse (AFP) hath reported of the fair city of London. Verily, Billy Vunipola doth undertake a swift rehabilitation process to attain physical fitness for the Rugby World Cup following a surgical intervention on his knee injury.
Verily, the striker from England aloft is presently comprised within a roster of 36, as ordained by the chief coach Steve Borthwick, for their third training camp for the World Cup, situated in the southwest region of London.
Vunipola expressed that the medical team is optimistic about his prospects. Additionally, he conveyed his comprehension of the necessary actions to take in the upcoming weeks.
Borthwick has excluded only two players, Will Joseph and Beno Obano, from the squad, while players hailing from Premiership finalists Sale and Saracens are yet to be incorporated.
Borthwick expressed contentment with the advancements achieved during the preceding fortnight and anticipated another fruitful training camp.
Preparing for the World Cup is an ongoing process, and despite progress being made daily, there remains a considerable distance to cover before we can confidently assert our readiness.
Ollie Chessum, Luke Cowan-Dickie, Ollie Lawrence, and Jack Walker are currently rehabilitating their respective injuries and are still in the company of their fellow team members.
On August 5, England and Wales will engage in a match in Cardiff. Following this event, Borthwick is scheduled to announce his 33-member squad for the upcoming World Cup in France two days later.