WALES wing Hallam Amos has been released from Six Nations duty to feature for the Dragons in their Guinness PRO14 clash against Glasgow on Friday.

The 23-year-old has not played since suffering an ankle strain in the Boxing Day defeat to Cardiff Blues in Newport.

Amos was not selected in the Wales side that will lock horns with England at Twickenham on Saturday and will instead attempt to give Warren Gatland a selection quandary by impressing against the Warriors at Rodney Parade.

The 15-times capped speedster had a tremendous autumn campaign in which he scored against Australia and Georgia and caught the eye versus New Zealand and South Africa.

However, the injury in the festive derby saw him lose out to the back three of Leigh Halfpenny, Josh Adams and Steff Evans for the Six Nations opener at Scotland.

Wing/centre George North will back them up at Twickenham after proving his fitness for Northampton last weekend while Liam Williams will return from an abdominal injury for Saracens to provide another option for the round three trip to Ireland.

Cardiff Blues will have the services of tighthead Dillon Lewis, lock Seb Davies, flanker Ellis Jenkins, scrum-half Tomos Williams and wing Alex Cuthbert for their clash with the Cheetahs on Saturday.

The Scarlets are boosted by hooker Ryan Elias and flanker James Davies for Benetton Treviso while loosehead Nicky Smith goes back to the Ospreys for their trip to Connacht.

Lock Adam Beard and centre Owen Watkin, both of the Ospreys, will travel to Twickenham as cover.