Wales captain Colin Charvis is still a major doubt for Sunday's Six Nations Championship match against Ireland at Lansdowne Road. The flanker, now playing his club rugby for French second division side Tarbes, left the field early in Saturday's 23-10 win over Scotland at the Millennium Stadium with a dislocated finger. The finger was put back but 31-year-old Charvis is now on a course of antibiotics to prevent infection. "The only one who is really struggling is Colin Charvis," said Wales coach Steve Hansen. "It is just a matter of whether we want to risk playing him and the finger being a problem for the whole tournament." But hooker Robin McBryde, lock Robert Sidoli, back-row Alix Popham and wing Craig Morgan - who all missed the Scotland match through injury - are back in full training.