Eddie Jones’ England are now on an unprecedented run of victories for the country, and part of that run of unparalleled form has been down to the depth of talent the head coach can choose from.
Even with regulars like Billy and Mako Vunipola, Chris Robshaw and George Kruis out of the team, the side has still defeated both France and Wales in the Six Nations so far.
So just how many quality teams can the nation put together? Here we make four XVs that showcase the country’s depth.
If Everyone Was Fit XV
The Second Stringers XV
The Third XV
The Fourth XV
* The Sale winger has not yet officially declared his decision to play for England, but it is increasingly likely he will do so shortly.
Paul Wassell, Pundit Arena
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