England were humbled by France in their Six Nations opener and Eddie Jones could be set to make changes for the clash with Scotland.
Captain Joe Launchbury believes the future is bright for Wasps after signing a new deal.
Joe Launchbury and Henry Slade will be able to play in England's Rugby World Cup opener against Tonga, Steve Borthwick has confirmed.
Eddie Jones has made five changes to the England team to take on Italy, Joe Cokanasiga and Ben Te'o among the players coming in.
Manu Tuilagi is back in the England side to face Six Nations champions Ireland almost five years since his last Test start.
Wasps saw three England squad members suffer injury scares on Sunday but Dai Young does not foresee any issues ahead of the Six Nations.
Wasps won for only the second time since September with a fit-again Joe Launchbury back in the side.
England coach Eddie Jones has been given a boost ahead of the Six Nations, with Billy Vunipola and Joe Launchbury to return for their... Read more
Wasps forward Joe Launchbury will be out for up to three months after the club confirmed he had surgery on his injured knee.
England will welcome back Joe Launchbury for the second Test with South Africa, while Brad Shields could start for the first time.
As expected, the fit-again Nathan Hughes starts for England against Scotland in the Six Nations, while Joe Marler returns to the bench.