Jones avoids Welsh chop
Wales forward Alun-Wyn Jones is set to avoid the humiliation of being dropped following his costly Twickenham sin-binning.
The Lions lock was slated by Wales coach Warren Gatland following his team's 30-17 defeat against England.
England scored 17 unanswered points, including two converted tries, during Jones' absence either side of half-time after he blatantly tripped England hooker Dylan Hartley.
But the indications are that Gatland will retain 36 times-capped Jones for Saturday's Six Nations game with Scotland in Cardiff.
Asked if he thought Jones would be left out of the Scotland clash, Wales assistant coach Neil Jenkins said: "I don't think so. We've all made mistakes, and Alun made one on the weekend. He is hurting as much as anyone.
"It is one of those things. I think we learn from it and we move on. We all know he is a fantastic rugby player."