The three-quarter Fijian Semi Radradra, key element of Bristol injured in the final of the European Challenge won on Saturday against Toulon, will not be able to play most of the Autumn Nations Cup with Fiji, opponents of the XV of France on November 15 in Vannes. “Semi Radradra suffered a thigh injury during the European success and the center will be unavailable until the end of November,” the Bears said Thursday during a medical update on their workforce. Even if Radradra can hope to play in the classification match on December 5, it is a blow for the Fijian side, whose participation in this new competition represents an unprecedented opportunity for exposure. However, Radradra shines on the field since his arrival in England in the summer, as before on the lawns of the Top 14. The Autumn Nations Cup, whose creation was made possible by the widening of the international window, brings together Six Nations Tournament selections, as well as Georgia and Fiji. The selection led by Vern Cotter, former coach of Clermont, Scotland and Montpellier, was placed in the group of France with Scotland and Italy.