James Haskell and Joe Marler have been included in the England squad that will face Italy in their Six Nations opener despite the fact both players are suspended.
Wasps flanker Haskell and Harlequins prop Marler were handed bans this month - for a dangerous tackle and a dangerous clear-out of a ruck respectively - and they did not attend England's 34-man training camp in Portugal.
The duo will miss England's opening fixtures, in Rome and then against Wales at Twickenham on February 10, but head coach Eddie Jones has called up the experienced players nevertheless.
A statement published on englandrugby.com said Haskell and Marler would attend camp before England travel to Rome at the weekend.
Five-eighth Marcus Smith of Harlequins is among the eight uncapped players in a squad who are aiming to defend the Six Nations title they retained last year.
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