Scrum Down?

John Inverdale investigates the dark area of the rugby scrum and asks whether it should be abolished for health and safety reasons.

Contributors include doctors, players who have suffered serious injury in scrums but still consider them an important part of the game, referees and current England captain Phil Vickery.

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John Inverdale investigates the dark area of the rugby scrum and asks whether it should be abolished for health and safety reasons.

Contributors include doctors, players who have suffered serious injury in scrums but still consider them an important part of the game, referees and current England captain Phil Vickery.

John Inverdale investigates the dark area of the rugby scrum and asks whether it should be abolished for health and safety reasons.

Contributors include doctors, players who have suffered serious injury in scrums but still consider them an important part of the game, referees and current England captain Phil Vickery.

"John Inverdale investigates the dark area of the rugby scrum and asks whether it should be abolished for health and safety reasons. Contributors include doctors, players who have suffered serious injury in scrums but still consider them an important part of the game, referees and current England captain Phil Vickery.

John Inverdale investigates the dark area of the rugby scrum and asks whether it should be abolished for health and safety reasons.

Contributors include doctors, players who have suffered serious injury in scrums but still consider them an important part of the game, referees and current England captain Phil Vickery.

"John Inverdale investigates the dark area of the rugby scrum and asks whether it should be abolished for health and safety reasons. Contributors include doctors, players who have suffered serious injury in scrums but still consider them an important part of the game, referees and current England captain Phil Vickery."

John Inverdale investigates the dark area of the rugby scrum and asks whether it should be abolished for health and safety reasons.

Contributors include doctors, players who have suffered serious injury in scrums but still consider them an important part of the game, referees and current England captain Phil Vickery.

John Inverdale asks whether the scrum in rugby should be abolished for safety reasons.

John Inverdale investigates the dark area of the rugby scrum and asks whether it should be abolished for health and safety reasons. Contributors include doctors, players who have suffered serious injury in scrums but still consider them an important part of the game, referees and current England captain Phil Vickery.