DRAGONS fly-half Sam Davies has been officially added to Wales’ squad for the Six Nations – but hasn’t been included for Saturday’s clash with England.

The 26-year-old has been training with Wayne Pivac’s team after Dan Biggar suffered a knee injury playing for Northampton last weekend.

The playmaker joined Gareth Anscombe, Rhys Patchell and Owen Williams on the sidelines, leaving Jarrod Evans as the sole fit number 10.

That led to Davies getting a call and a reward for fine form in his first season with the Dragons after moving from the Ospreys.

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The left-footer came off the bench in the uncapped November fixture against the Barbarians and will now push to win his ninth cap, and his first since facing Samoa in 2017, in the tournament finale against Scotland.

However, Biggar has been named at 10 for the clash at Twickenham with Evans as his back-up.

Pivac has rung the changes for the trip to London with Dragons flanker Aaron Wainwright dropped from the matchday 23.

The 22-year-old from Bassaleg has been a regular since bursting onto the scene, winning 21 caps and starring at the World Cup, but is a victim of the back row riches, with Josh Navidi returning from injury at number eight with Taulupe Faletau dropping down to the bench.

Ross Moriarty retains his place at blindside with Dragons teammate Leon Brown covering tighthead.

Liam Williams is back from an ankle injury to replace Josh Adams, Tomos Williams gets the nod at scrum-half and Rob Evans is selected at loosehead.