Davies is out of action for at least six months after picking up the injury during the World Cup against Fiji. The 31-year-old British and Irish Lion missed the quarter-final against France but returned for the semi-final defeat against South Africa and bronze medal match against New Zealand.
We know Davies is one of the star player for Wales Rugby. Wales open their Six Nations campaign against Italy on Saturday, 1 February in Cardiff and finish against Scotland at the Principality Stadium on 14 March. But they have to start their camping without Jonathan Davies.
Sam Davies recall?
Sam Davies is the only other Wales capped fly-half with a Welsh region after moving from the Ospreys to the Dragons and is ready to rekindle his to rekindle his international career, according to the region’s assistant coach Ceri Jones. Sam Davies is also a trusted player who can give contribution like Jonathan Davies.
With Northampton fly-half Dan Biggar unavailable for this fixture because he plays his club rugby outside Wales, Cardiff Blues’ Jarrod Evans would be the favourite to wear the Wales 10 jersey. Wales are already without fellow fly-half Gareth Anscombe for the tournament after the Ospreys back picked up a knee injury in August.