Updated: Sunday, 02 February 2014 19:57 | By Agence France-Presse

Burban injures hamstring in Six Nations win over England

France head coach Philippe Saint-Andre said Sunday he was waiting on news of the extent of a hamstring injury suffered by flanker Antoine Burban during Saturday's dramatic 26-24 Six Nations win over England.

Burban injures hamstring in Six Nations win over England

France's flanker Antoine Burban (L) goes to tackles England's flanker Chris Robshaw (R) during the Six Nations rugby union match between France and England on February 1, 2014 at the Stade de France in Saint-Denis, north of Paris - by Martin Bureau

"We'll have Antoine Burban's results tomorrow (Monday) morning," said Saint-Andre.

"We hope it will be ok. He has a hamstring problem, we'll see if it's a muscular problem and if so we'll call up another back-rower late morning tomorrow.

"The players will come back at 5.30pm (1630GMT on Monday) for a huge recovery session. We'll look at the bumps and bruises. Apart from Antonie, the others only have combat bruises."

Saint-Andre has called up a 30-man squad which will be reduced to 25 on Wednesday, freeing up five players to play for their clubs next weekend in a full Top 14 programme.

Gael Fickou's try three minutes from time set up fellow replacement Maxime Machenaud to kick the winning conversion against England.

Two Yoann Huget tries had helped France to a 16-3 lead after 23 minutes but England dominated the middle third of the match and scored 18 unanswered points on their way to lead 24-19 with time running out.

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