England men’s head coach Eddie Jones has named his team to play Japan in their third Quilter International at Twickenham Stadium on Saturday (KO 3pm, live on Sky Sports Action and Main Event).
There are 11 changes to the starting XV which faced New Zealand last weekend with two positional
If you go to watch enough live sport you may get lucky and find yourself at an ‘I was there’ moment. These can take many forms – a record broken, an upset, the crowning of a champion, an outstanding performance, a grand farewell – but you know one when you
So England eventually fell short. They went down 15-16 to the world champions, undone by the tightest of TMO decisions and some sloppy play in the final minutes. First of all, let's address that disallowed try. I know some people will disagree – and disagree strongly – with me, but I
Eddie Jones has selected 30 players to begin training today ahead of England's third Test of the Quilter Internationals against Japan at Twickenham Stadium on Saturday (KO 3pm live on Sky Sports HD).
Charlie Ewels (Bath Rugby)
Jamie George (Saracens)
Dylan Hartley (Northampton Saints)
Alec Hepburn (Exeter Chiefs)
Ted Hill (Worcester Warriors) *
Ben Moon 7 Another industrious display from the Exeter man. Handled himself well in the scrum and did his fair share of hard yards as ever in and around the loose. Should keep hold of the jersey in Mako Vunipola's absence. Dylan Hartley 6 Part of a pack that took the game right
Call me biased or a sore loser, but in my opinion that is one of the worst decisions ever made by a television match official. I have nothing personally against Marius Jonker, everyone makes a mistake but in perhaps one of the biggest refereeing calls of the season it was
What did you think of the game today? Give the match a rating out of ten, and you can share your thoughts in the comments below, discussing the match with fellow fans. Who played well? what were the main talking points? What needs working on ahead of the next two matches?
Mark Wilson v Kieran Read Man of the match last week, Mark Wilson has an altogether tougher challenge this week going up against one of the best No.8s in the world in Kieran Read. Having come in for the injured Billy Vunipola, Wilson produced a strong performance from the back of the scrum
Jonny Wilkinson believes that Chris Ashton has been selected as part of an attacking gameplan for England this weekend, and he expects to see England taking the game to New Zealand. Jonny is sharing unique insights and opinions on Alexa, with a new 'O2 Wear the Rose' skill, offering rugby
This time last year, the Rugby world was desperate to see this showdown, as Eddie Jones' England were in the ascendancy and talking such a good game about reaching number 1 in the rankings and winning the Rugby World Cup. Now though, after a frankly dismal run of both results and