WORCESTER Warriors' captain Ted Hill has become the latest player to fall foul of the apparent England training camp injury curse.

Hill has picked up an ankle problem in training with the national side and will now remain in camp for it to be assessed further.

Eddie Jones did not included Warriors' skipper in the matchday squad for the test with Canada on saturday, after coming off the bench in last week's game with USA at Twickenham.

Hill joins Newcastle lock Sean Robinson, Bath flanker Miles Reid, Northampton centre Fraser Dingwall, Sam Underhill and Josh McNally in picking up injuries.

“Warriors Club Captain Ted Hill has sustained an ankle injury training with England” a statement released by Worcester confirmed.

“Hill won his second cap as a replacement lock in last Sunday’s victory over USA at Twickenham and was expected to be involved in Saturday’s international against Canada.

“The injury has ruled Hill out of the match. He will remain in camp with England while the medical staff await further assessments to establish the extent of his injury.”