Winger Calvin Nash, who suffered a concussion against England, should be able to participate in Ireland’s final match in the Six Nations Tournament, Saturday against Scotland, management said on Tuesday.

The Munster player (5 caps), started for the first four matches, suffered a violent shock after five minutes against England last Saturday at Twickenham, which left him knocked out.

The 26-year-old winger failed the concussion protocol and therefore gave way to Ciaran Frawley, himself forced to come off in the second half also for the same reason.

“They are both on course to be selected this weekend,” assistant coach Simon Easterby was quoted as saying by the Irish Independent on Tuesday.

Beaten 23-22 by England, Ireland will retain its title in the Tournament if it does not lose on Saturday (5:45 p.m.) in Dublin against Scotland during the final day.