After suffering through a roller coaster 2015/16 season, all eyes will be on England ahead of the 2016/17 campaign.
Despite suffering an early World Cup exit, under the management of Eddie Jones, England turned their season around, claiming an unlikely Six Nations Grand Slam and a historic whitewash over Australia last month.
As a result, Jones’ team will be marked men next season, and Australia in particular will be looking for revenge during the upcoming November series.
However, as is generally the case with most professional teams, before a ball has been kicked in anger, either a new jersey or some form of training kit is launched.
England are no different, after Canterbury this afternoon unveiled a new training range. Featuring Owen Farrell, Luke Cowan Dickie and the injured James Haskell, the new jerseys don’t look too much different to what England wore last season.
Nevertheless, although James Haskell might look like a scuba diver in his hoodie, others might take a fancy to it.