Saracens captain Owen Farrell left the field an hour after suffering concussion on Saturday

Owen Farrell is one of three to withdraw from England’s training camp in Jersey after suffering concussion.

The Saracens captain accidentally took a knee to the head during them win over Exeter on Saturday.

Jonny May (elbow) and Henry Arundel (foot) are also out with injuries picked up at the weekend.

As a result, Sale winger Tom Roebuck was called up to the England team for the first time.

Newcastle winger Adam Radwan and Exeter center Henry Slade also return to Eddie Jones’ squad, while Arundel and prop Will Stewart will still travel to Jersey for rehabilitation.

England spend five days in Jersey this week as they continue their preparations for the four-match Autumn Nations Series at Twickenham.

They play Argentina on November 6, followed by matches against Japan, New Zealand and South Africa the following weekend during the month.

Courtney Laws announced this last week would not have joined the squad in Jersey as he continues his concussion recovery.

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