Sinckler facing nervous wait
Lions tight-head Kyle Sinckler is facing a nervous wait after he was cited for an alleged bite during the second Test against South Africa.
If found guilty by a disciplinary panel, Sinckler is likely have a lengthy ban but there is also a chance he could be cleared of any wrongdoing.
It came as a surprise, though, that there was just one citing - and that it was for this - after an ill-tempered clash in Cape Town on Saturday night.
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'Lions must turn to Welsh trio'
Sun journalist Jonny Fordham believes the Lions must turn to Welsh tri Josh Adams, Liam Williams and Taulupe Faletau among others if they are to salvage the series.
"Tour top-scorer Josh Adams, aerial ace Liam Williams, England skipper Owen Farrell, bruising centre Bundee Aki and 2017 All Blacks slayer Toby Faletau must all start to salvage the series.
"Time to clear out Duhan van der Merwe, Stuart Hogg, Dan Biggar, Chris Harris, Jack Conan and go for broke.
"If the Lions are going to have a hope in hell of winning aerial ball, then they have to start with world-class bomb-diffuser Williams."
The back three was a particular area of concern on Saturday night, with Fordham adding: "Warren Gatland's blunt back three of Hogg, Anthony Watson and Van der Merwe dropped 11 of at least 22 winnable kicks - nine of them in the dreadful 40-minute self-destruction that followed.
"Hogg got away with a shockingly bad first half nine days ago as the Lions fought back to win on his Tour Test debut.
"This time, the backs did not fire a single shot."