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Eddie Jones Set To Make Four Changes To The England Side That Beat South Africa

England Training Session

Eddie Jones could make four changes for this weekend’s clash with Fiji. Following England’s 37-21 win over South Africa, Eddie Jones will resist the temptation to make numerous changes to his side for this weekend’s clash with Fiji according to The Telegraph’s Gavin Mairs. With tests against Argentina and Australia to come, some had expect Jones to rest many of his front …

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England’s Likely Team To Face Fiji This Weekend

With Eddie Jones this evening announcing a 25 man squad to face Fiji on Saturday and naming some surprise names in his squad, we put together the team the Australian is likely to pick to take on the Pacific island’s best players. With Dave Attwood ruled out with injury, uncapped Bath lock Charlie Ewels is back in the squad and …

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An Uncapped England XV To Take On The World

Do England have enough depth to be able to select a team of uncapped players capable of challenging some of the best teams in the world? We’ve put together a team of some of the most promising young names in the English game. 1) Alex Waller The Northampton Saints loosehead has been close to an England call-up before; Stuart Lancaster …

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Who Can Replace Courtney Lawes In England’s Second Row?

Every injury presents an opportunity but every injury also cuts into the strength and depth of every squad. Fortunately for Eddie Jones and England, the Red Rose have enough depth to cover the loss of a Maro Itoje or a George Kruis, but what about both players? Itoje has been ruled out for the entirety of the November internationals with a broken …

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What England’s Latest EPS Squad Tells Us

There were mostly expected names in the most recent 33 man England EPS squad announced today, but a few surprise inclusions as well. Coming in from the cold are Gloucester number eight Ben Morgan and Northampton Saints flanker Tom Wood, two players who were previously not included in Eddie Jones’ match day squads despite being regulars for former boss Stuart …

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Analysis: What England’s Latest EPS Really Tells Us

The changes to England’s EPS system and the way Eddie Jones announces his squad mean that we gain a greater insight into the coach’s selection thinking and it makes for very interesting study indeed. Eddie Jones names his final squad for the Autumn Internationals on 29th October, meaning those players inside and outside the coming three day training camp have …

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Analysis: If ‘North’ England played ‘South’ England, Who Would Win?

Is there a North/South divide in English rugby? We split the Premiership clubs’ England-qualified player bases into two geographical halves to take a look at what English ‘North’ and ‘South’ teams might look like, with some interesting results. Please note that Midlands clubs have been divided up into either side depending on their geographical proximity to what are commonly known …

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Lock Stock: A Look At England’s Burgeoning Second Row Options

England and English rugby has always been known for its second rows, but after a decade of chopping and changing at four and five, the Red Rose might well have its most talented players and its greatest depth since the glory days of 2003. Take the incumbents Maro Itoje and George Kruis. The former has been the subject of much …

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England vs Wales: Eddie Jones’ Potential XV

BRIGHTON, ENGLAND - MAY 17: Eddie Jones, the England head coach looks on during the England training session held at Brighton College on May 17, 2016 in Brighton, England. (Photo by David Rogers/Getty Images)

Eddie Jones named his training squad for a three-day camp in Brighton last week in preparation for England’s one-off Test against Wales. However, shorn of his Aviva Premiership semi-finalist players (those from Saracens, Exeter, Wasps and Leicester), we look at all the possible XVs that could end up playing Wales’ best on May 29th. With World Cup seedings to be …

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Potential England U-23 Team For Tour Of South Africa

EXETER, ENGLAND - JANUARY 24: Sam Underhill of the Ospreys reacts during the European Rugby Champions Cup match between Exeter Chiefs and Ospreys at Sandy Park on January 24, 2016 in Exeter, England. (Photo by Stu Forster/Getty Images)

With a new England U-23 team likely to tour South Africa this summer, running in parallel with the senior squad’s tour of Australia as well as the U-20s Junior World Championship taking place in Manchester, it seems the nation’s playing resources are going to be stretched. However, Pundit Arena writer Alan Drumm pointed out that Eddie Jones has plenty of …

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