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Kyle Sinckler could face lengthy ban for biting incident in Lions defeat

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Kyle Sinckler could be facing a lengthy ban after he was cited for biting in the British and Irish Lions’ second Test defeat by South Africa on Saturday.

The incident is alleged to have taken place during a ruck in the 64th minute of the 27-9 loss at Cape Town Stadium.

Sinckler, who has a chequered disciplinary record, will be hit with a minimum 12-week ban if the citing is upheld by Tuesday’s disciplinary hearing.

South Africa v British and Irish Lions – Castle Lager Lions Series – Second Test – Cape Town Stadium
Kyle Sinckler (centre) in action during the second Test (Steve Haag/PA)

Remarkably, no other player has been cited from a fractious clash despite numerous flashpoints.

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