**Good news Scarlets fans – we could well see Wales and British and Irish Lions full-back Liam Williams back in action in red before the end of the season.**\n\nThe 28-year-old’s two-and-a-half-year stay at Allianz Park has ended with immediate effect as expected, with Williams returning to the region he departed in 2017 having won the Championship title under Wayne Pivac.\n\nDue to injury at the 2019 Rugby World Cup Williams’ last Sarries outing came in last season’s Premiership final, and after being announced in December that the full-back would join Scarlets in the summer, [this has now been brought forward.](https://www.scarlets.wales/en/team-news/articles/liam-williams-to-link-up-with-scarlets-for-remainder-of-2019-20-season/)\n\nAnd there’s more Wales international news this morning with the update that scrum-half Rhys Webb has joined Bath for the rest of the season.\n\nWebb is returning to his home region of Ospreys this summer but will look to get some good rugby under his belt working with [Stuart Hooper at the Rec.](https://www.skysports.com/rugby-union/news/12553/11942746/rhys-webb-wales-scrum-half-joins-bath-until-end-of-season/)\n\nMeanwhile the 42 have a bit of Leinster-based England vs Ireland reaction for you, with backs coach Felipe Contepomi providing his thoughts.\n\nEngland of course defeated Ireland at Twickenham in the Guinness Six Nations on Sunday, but Contepomi believes the seismic clash between Leinster and Saracens in April will be an altogether [different affair.](https://www.the42.ie/leinster-saracens-not-the-same-5019692-Feb2020/)\n\nThere’s plenty more reaction to that defeat in the media, with Ulster great Stephen Ferris [calling for changes.](https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/rugby-union/51613962)\n\nAnd finally we have worrying news related to coronavirus in Italy. Due to health fears the Women’s Six Nations clash at the weekend was postponed, as have the two Guinness PRO14 fixtures this week, with Italy vs England now [reportedly under threat](https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/sportsnews/article-8039261/Englands-Six-Nations-match-against-Italy-switched-Twickenham-Newcastle.html).