England take on Australia in the first quarter-final of the Rugby World Cup on Saturday and there are a number of selection dilemmas facing Eddie Jones. Mako Vunipola, Henry Slade and Jack Nowell have
A hop, a burst of pace, a hint of a dummy, a step inside, another jag, a 40-metre canter under the posts - the ball clutched in one hand and four would-be tacklers choking on fumes having got nowhere it.
Eddie Jones is playing the role of straight man this tournament, for now. Just as his players resisted any temptation to ad-lib in their opening two matches against Tonga and the United States, and again
England have been handed a major World Cup scare with Billy Vunipola suffering a twisted ankle in victory over Argentina. England booked their place in the quarter-finals after Tomás Lavanini was sent
His teammates call him “Chief” but for Manu Tuilagi there are only a few weeks left in which to rule the world. He sounds pretty sure this will be his final World Cup, even though he is just 28. “I’ll
England are expected to field a double-playmaker axis of George Ford and Owen Farrell allied to the power-package that is Manu Tuilagi for their make-or-break pool game against Argentina at the Tokyo on