Munster to delay Zebo decision until later in the week

Munster say that they will wait until later in the week to make a decision on whether or not Simon Zebo will be fit for Saturday's Heineken Cup quarter-final against Harlequins.

The winger has returned to training over the past week after recovering from a foot injury, but the province have yet to decide if he is fit enough to feature at the Twickenham Stoop.

The other main injury concern for head coach Rob Penney is over team captain Doug Howlett, who is nursing shoulder and knee problems.

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