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The Conor Murray pictures that no Munster or Ireland fan wanted to see
Scrum-half suffers a suspected knee ligament injury against the Ospreys.

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MUNSTER AND IRELAND face an anxious wait for further news on Conor Murray’s knee injury.

The scrum-half hobbled off with his head in his hands after just 16 minutes of the Pro12 semi-final against Ospreys.

Speaking on Sky Sports, forwards coach Mick O’Driscoll assessed the injury as “pretty serious.”

We think he’s done his medial [ligament].

The injury would likely rule Murray out of next weekend’s Pro12 final should Munster get there and, depending on its severity, could leave a question mark over his fitness for Ireland’s World Cup preparations.

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