Servat cleared of punch
January 4, 2012
William Servat will be available for Toulouse's next match against Lyon © Getty Images
Toulouse hooker William Servat has been cleared of punching Montpellier lock Thibault Privat.
The France international had been cited for alledgedly striking Privat but was exonerated during a a LNR disciplinary hearing. Servat will therefore be available for selection for Toulouse's clash with Lyon in the Top 14 on Saturday.
In furhter positive news for the reigning Top 14 champioins, prop Gürthro Steenkamp, lock Patricio Albacete, fullback Clement Poitrenaud and centre Yann David are all expected to return from injury this weekend.
Fijian winger Rupeni Cacucaunibuca returned to training this week after undergoing knee surgery in October.
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