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Wales Rugby World Cup: Captain Dan Biggar is a late withdrawal for Northampton

Wales Rugby World Cup captain Dan Biggar was a late withdrawal from the Northampton team on Saturday for their rounded two Gallagher Premiership game at home to London Irish. Having led his nation on their July tour to South Africa, the out-half was named on Friday in the Saints XV for their home match versus the Exiles after he had missed last Sunday’s opening round overthrow at Sale.

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captain Dan Biggar is a late withdrawal for Northampton
Captain Dan Biggar is a late withdrawal for Northampton

Northampton had been looking onward to getting Biggar back in harness, their original team media release interpretation Saints will run out by Dan Biggar for the first time this Saturday, as the Wales fly-half skippers the side when London Irish head to cinch Stadium at Franklin’s Gardens for the Gallagher Chancellorship clash.

Wales Rugby World Cup Captain Biggar lines up alongside Alex Mitchell in the half-back moorings for the clash with the Exiles, while Scotland international Rory Hutchinson revenues to the side to partner Matt Proctor in the midfield. Biggar was called Saints captain as Lewis Ludlam is still undergoing his rest retro following his straw-hat tour of Australia with England.

Dan Biggar

However, the view of Biggar skippering his club at home under a new manager of rugby Phil Dowson was scuppered soon before kick-off on Saturday when his place in the team was given to James Grayson, with George Furbank taking over the captainship.

Dan Biggar (illness) has been ruled out of Northampton Saints’ Gallagher Premiership clash with London Irish this p.m. read a media announcement shortly. Before the scheduled 2 pm start. The fly-half is substituted for the men in black, lime, and gold by James Grayson, who will wear No10. Full-back George Furbank will take over the captainship of the side.

The soon-to-be 33-year-old Biggar ongoing all the matches on the Wales tour of South Africa, a series that finished 2-1 in errand of the Springboks after they won the deciding third Test in Cape Town on July Sixteen.  To Know more about Wales V Fiji Tickets click here.

Captain Wales Rugby World Cup Dan Biggar says the 2023 World Cup will be ‘very much a level playing field’

Wales, Ireland, England, and Scotland all listed victories in the southern hemisphere on Saturday to set up series games; Watch all four matches live on Sky Sports Action on Sat., July 16, starting with the attention of New Zealand vs Ireland from 7.30 am.

Wales Rugby World Cup Captain Dan Biggar says the 2023 World Cup will be 'very much a level playing field'
Wales Rugby World Cup Captain Dan Biggar says the 2023 World Cup will be ‘very much a level playing field’

Skipper Dan Biggar feels the 2023 Rugby World Cup will be ‘very much an equal playing field’ after a triumphant stay for the northern hemisphere nations. Biggar and his Welsh team-mates ended 58 years of hurt on South African soil on Saturday by beating the world champions 13-12 in Bloemfontein.

Said, Biggar.

Meanwhile, Ireland logged their first victory against the All Blacks in New Zealand, England felled Australia in Brisbane and Scotland saw off Argentina away from home-based. All four touring teams now go into series games next Saturday, live on Sky Sports – and Biggar senses a likely power shift as teams prepare for next year’s global show. It is thrilling, looking forward to 12 months or so in France, said, Biggar.

There is not one stand-out team going into the Rugby World Cup, as there has been the last twosome of times probably. Where New Zealand has been streets ahead of everybody. It is very much a level playing field, and anyone can beat someone.

A week after assertive South Africa to the limit in the first Test. Wales leveled the series when Gareth Anscombe kicked a touchline chance two minutes from time after fellow substitute Josh Adams had claimed his 20th Test try. That sealed Wales’ first conquest over the Springboks in South Africa, at the 12th effort, and came little more than three months after Wayne Pivac’s side’s chastening Six Nations defeat to Italy in Cardiff.

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Credit to Wayne and the organization that we probably didn’t overreact to the end of the Six Nations, said Rugby World Cup Skipper Biggar. They took a blow to his shoulder joint and went off early in the second half at Toyota Stadium. We certainly should have won against France; we could have won against England. And we were disappointed with the way things were over. To Know more about Wales Vs Australia Tickets click here.

We stuck true to our weapons and game plan in terms of what we are trying to achieve. When you lose, those defeats tend to last for months and months. As opposed to occasionally your victories being over before you blink. There have been some very, very decent Wales teams to have come here and been sent packing. We are a tight-knit group, and everyone merits a pat on the back. The result was particularly sweet for match-winner Anscombe following his long fight to overcome career-threatening knee damage.

Wales Rugby World Cup Team
Wales Rugby World Cup Team

 The 31-year-old fly-half wasted the 2019 Rugby World Cup. And more than two years of Test rugby before recurring against New Zealand last autumn. Last week was two years to the day. When I had the operation and it wasn’t about whether I was going to play again, it was whether I was going to run, Anscombe told the Welsh Rugby Union site. There were so many nonentities and it is just a bit of a ‘pinch me instantly that I am here. That effort, that kick, is the conclusion of so many people’s works.

Wales Rugby World Cup Odds Dragons Are 22/1 To Victory Webb Ellis Cup

With three semi-final arrivals to their name. Wales can boast of having the best record of the three Celtic nations that regularly contest at the Rugby World Cup. However, that is not reproduced in their odds-on betting sites. Whereas Scotland has only once touched the last four of the Webb Ellis Cup. And Ireland is yet to progress to that stage from nine preceding attempts – it is a more familiar occurrence for the Dragons. 

Although it was followed by a significant lull period, Wales progressed to the penultimate phase of the inaugural Rugby World Cup in 1987. After beating neighbors England in the preceding round. The Welsh found eventual winners New Zealand too hot to handle in the semi-finals. However, victory against Australia in the third-place play-off ensured the Dragons over the tournament on a high.

Wales Always Modest Under Gatland

Fortunes were mixed for Wales in the World Cup finals under a series of head coaches. Before Warren Gatland eventually got them back on track in an expressive way. Back in 2011 in his innate New Zealand, Gatland got one over on his former side Ireland. At the quarter-final stage and only barely lost out to France in the final four. Following quarter-final removal to South Africa in 2015, Gatland bookended his lengthy spell as Welsh head coach by facing the Springboks for a place in the showpiece game just under three years ago. 

Both this and their following play-off clash with New Zealand saw them coming out on the wrong side of the result. But it was a strong showing overall in Japan from Wales. The Welsh will be one of the main contestants when it comes to the 2023 Six Nations betting. That’s down to their recent history of achievement. Which has seen them winning four Grand Slams from 2005 to 2019, as well as six names in total over the past 17 years. 

Yet Wayne Pivac’s charges have had a problematic time on either side of securing the Six Nations in 2021. With just one win to show for their labors from five games in 2020. And 2022 versions of the competition. This made them seventh favorites to claim glory in France next year and while this precise ranking hasn’t changed. The nature of their setback to South Africa on Saturday – a 30-14 defeat. That saw them losing the series 2-1 – has affected their Rugby World Cup betting odds in fresh days.

Wales Always Modest Under Gatland
Wales Always Modest Under Gatland

Their present form has seen Wales drop behind South Africa

Their present form has seen Wales drop behind South Africa. And their southern cerebral hemisphere rivals Australia in the race for the worldwide title. That’s why UK bookies Betfair and 888sport are placing a value of 22/1 the Rugby World Cup outright odds on Wales being crowned winners of the competition for the very first time. 

Qualifying for the wow stages of next year’s Rugby World Cup is entirely feasible with themselves. And Australia is the favorites to progress from Pool C ahead of Fiji, Georgia, and a still-to-be strongminded final qualifier. That said, Wales did suffer a shock defeat at the end of this year’s Six Nations to Italy. Who is now just below Fiji and Georgia in the world positions?

Some Signs of Reassurance for Wales Rugby World Cup This Summer

A Guinness Pro12 winner with Scarlets in the past, the above-mentioned Pivac still has some credit in the bank. As the importance of that Six Nations triumph of 2021. Indeed, despite the dissatisfaction of their third test loss on the tour to South Africa. It was generally felt that Wales exceeded expectations this summer. 

After losing by just three points (32-29) in the inaugural test in Pretoria. A Josh Adams try helped the visitors to crush past the Springboks in their second showdown at Bloemfontein on July 9. If they can build on the positive features of their performances in these games over the next 12 months. Then their Rugby World Cup 2023 odds on betting apps could very well be changed.

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Japan Rugby World Cup names huge 52-gentleman training squad 

Japan Rugby World Cup: Head coach Jamie Joseph on Friday named a mammoth 52-man initial team to expression New Zealand, England, and France, saying he wants more depth for next year’s World Cup. Japan faces the All Blacks in Tokyo on October 29. Before heading to Europe to take on England at Twickenham and France in Toulouse in Nov. The 2019 World Cup hosts lately ran France close in two Test matches on home soil. But Joseph said he needs to make more players to deal with the demands of top-level rugby.

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Japan Rugby World Cup head coach Jamie Joseph
Japan Rugby World Cup head coach Jamie Joseph

We don’t have a lot of complexity and we’ve got a pandemic that we need to deal with, said Joseph, who intends to trim the team. Before they play the All Blacks. What that means is that at any given moment we could lose players and we’ve got to have sufficient players to step up and play Test matches at the drop of a hat.  Joseph named 28 onwards. And 24 backs for the team’s training camp, including winger Kotaro Matsushima, who has repaid to Japan’s domestic league after a stint in France with Clermont.

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Loose forward Kazuki Himeno also revenues after missing the two-Test series against Uruguay and France in June. And July through damage. Joseph will prepare for the three Test matches by picking a Japan A team for three home-based games against Australia A in Oct. He said coaching such a big group was not as informal as it sounds.  Having 50 players, we’ve got to bring them up to rapidity on how we want to play the game, supposed the New Zealand-born Joseph.

That’s going to take a slight bit of time and it’s also going to take a bit of planning. Joseph said his team’s two wins over Uruguay. And two losses to France were a fair likeness of where they stand. Japan led France until the 71st minute in the second Test in Tokyo but over up losing 20-15. Japan has been drawn with Chile, England, Samoa, and Argentina in next year’s Rugby World Cup in France. To Know more about England Vs Japan Tickets click here.

Japan to ditch reckless style for the 2023 World Cup

Japan Rugby World Cup thrilled fans with their swashbuckling style at the 2019 World Cup but head coach Jamie Joseph trusts it would be pointless to play the same way at next year’s tournament. The Brave Blossoms tired Ireland and Scotland on home soil on their way to an important first quarterfinal arrival and won plaudits for their free-flowing rugby.

But Joseph says the sport has changed since then to reward defensive teams and Japan’s daredevil style will need to be attuned before the World Cup kicks off in France a year from now. The teams who won Test matches in June and July are the best defensive sides, not unavoidably the best-attacking sides said the New Zealander. Who has been in custody since 2016.

t it’s useless trying to play the game of rugby World Cup that was successful for us in 2019 against stronger self-justifying teams.
t it’s useless trying to play the game of rugby World Cup that was successful for us in 2019 against stronger self-justifying teams.

That’s a trend that has been shaped by the way the game is refereed now and it’s a trend that we’ve got to adjust to. It’s going to be challenging but it’s useless trying to play the game of rugby World Cup. That was successful for us in 2019 against stronger self-justifying teams.

Japan have been haggard in World Cup Pool D alongside England, Argentina, Chile, and Samoa, and Joseph believes. They can spread another quarterfinal if they get their preparations right. But the coach also says that his team is a little bit behind. Because of the pandemic and injuries. He also cast a jealous glance at Argentina’s contribution to the Rugby Championship against New Zealand, Australia, and South Africa. Japan has no competition to give them regular games against top-level opposition and the country’s Super Rugby World Cup permit. The Sun wolves, folded in 2020.

Joseph has tried to grow new players by picking oversized training squads

But he conceded the situation was not perfect, as preparations for the World Cup begin in earnest. We’re a little bit behind in terms of our groundwork but those are the circumstances. That have been thrown at me as the head coach and what I have to deal with, he said. I’m pretty positive about the test ahead and that’s what my occupation is.

Build together

Japan have played only 10 Test competitions since the last World Cup. When they were hosts, and have not beaten any of the top countries. But they ran Six Nations Grand Slam champions France close in a recent Test match in Tokyo. They led until the 71st minute before losing 15-20 and Joseph believes it marked a preliminary point for his team.

Japan expressions New Zealand in Tokyo at the end of October

Before heading to Europe to take on England and France. Joseph says there is no magic fake to building a modest team and his players just need more rugby against the best squads. I don’t think it’s something that the coach says or this is what I want you to do you build together, he said.

The best way to do that is by playing optimistically and winning rugby. That’s what we want to do. Japan begins its Rugby World Cup campaign against Chile and ends the pond stage with a potentially decisive clash against Argentina. The Brave Blossoms will not enjoy home benefit this time and Joseph concedes. There was a lot more energy surrounding his team’s World Cup arrangements four years ago.

But he also says he is happy about some of the younger guys breaking through and is itching to get started when the competition kicks off. it’s not an easy challenge but it’s a challenge that we’ve shown in the past that if we get the groundwork right and get the players right. We’re certainly capable of doing it, said Joseph. That’s what we’re employed on.

Japan expressions New Zealand in Tokyo at the end of October
Japan expressions New Zealand in Tokyo at the end of October

Japan Rugby World Cup Number One Beer, Asahi Super Dry tactics to thrill fans at World Cup 2023

  • Asahi Super Dry is the Official Beer of the Rugby World Cup with fans set to be satisfied with ticket giveaways and Beyond Predictable experiences in France
  • Japan’s Number 1 Beer will be showcased to a global spectator of over 857 million rugby fans across 200 republics worldwide.

Asahi Super Dry, the Official Beer of Rugby World Cup 2023, is rejoicing one year to go by finalizing plans to provide fans with Beyond Predictable experiences both at the tournament and at home. Japan’s Number 1 Beer (ASD) will be served at all competition venues and fan zones across France, spanning 48 matches in 9 cities. As well as enjoying the best super dry taste. Fans from around the world will be rewarded with ticket giveaways and exclusive match-day knowledge at every game,

including behind-the-scenes stadium tours and pitch-side admission to watch teams sing their national anthems. As enthusiasm builds ahead of the big kick-off, Asahi Super Dry will produce limited edition Rugby World Cup 2023 cans and bottles. In addition, there will be publicity packs where consumers can win amazing prizes, such as tickets to competitions and unique experiences.

Association with the competition will be further promoted as part of the Asahi Super Dries Beyond Expected through-the-line communication campaign, triggered across key global markets.  The partnership with Rugby World Cup 2023 plays a key role in the drive of Asahi Super Dry’s parent

The company, Asahi Group Holdings, Ltd to enlarge the sales of Global Premium Brands Asahi Super Thirsty and Peroni Nastro Azzurro.

Number One Beer, Asahi Super Dry tactics to thrill fans at World Cup 2023
Number One Beer, Asahi Super Dry tactics to thrill fans at World Cup 2023

Jonathan Norman, Global Brands Director at Asahi UK said 

We’re incredibly excited with a year to go until the big kick-off and pleased to have a partner who shares our ambition to create unforgettable moments for fans around the world.

The plans we’re putting in place are unique to Asahi Superdry and we can’t wait to showcase them to a global audience of over 857 million rugby followers across 200 countries. Significant to mention the 500,000 fans traveling to France who will attend the competition, many of whom will taste the unique Superdry taste for the first time, we hope to exceed their prospects.

Underdogs no more: Japan Rugby World Cup looks toward

WELLINGTON, New Zealand (AP) Michael Leitch led Japan to key conquests at the last two rugby World Cups. The next World Cup is in 2023 in France, and Leitch has a message: Don’t supervise Japan. In 2015, Japan Rugby World Cup beat South Africa in the English seaside town of Brighton, which lives on as the Brighton Miracle. In 2019, its group-stage wins over Ireland. And Scotland approved it to the quarterfinals and brought rugby into the day in Japan.

Leitch is no longer the captain but is still a player and a key member of the squad. He looks forward to the competition where Japan is drawn in Group D with England, Argentina, Samoa, and one other qualifier. The underdog tag doesn’t rankle Leitch nor does he see it as suitable. To Know more about Japan Vs Argentina Tickets click here.

I think Japan is sole because I think we’re everyone’s second favorite team. Leitch told reporters this week, speaking from Tokyo. We still are stared at as an underdog despite having had two successful World Cup campaigns. It’s a hard one to encounter.

Subconsciously when you think of Japan your involuntary thought process is not a big, physical side that’s going to control teams, he added. Leitch said it’s difficult to judge where Japan stands in its World Cup preparation compared to the build-up to 2019. Then, as Japan was ready to host the world tournament at home for the first time, a sense of urgency and drive powered the campaign.

The years since haven’t functioned to Japan’s advantage in the same way.

COVID-19 shut international borders and Japan went 18 calendar months without a test match. Its ability to introduce new players was reduced but Leitch believes things are now on course. In 2019, having the home advantage and everyone counting on us to grow Japanese rugby. We had a lot of access to resources and time away from clubs, he said. Clubs weren’t reluctant to announce anybody.

Japan Rugby World Cup Team
Japan Rugby World Cup Team

This time around it’s a bit dissimilar to COVID, he added. It’s really hard to gauge where we are with our preparation but with the time, we have been together we’ve made unbelievable progress, Leitch said Japan can be self-assured in the companies. It likely will take to the World Cup. Many already have World Cup experience while younger players have had the opportunity to play alongside or against some of the world’s top players in Japan’s fast-improving expert league.

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I’d say we’ve got quite a good core of players. That have been complicated in both the 2015 and 2019 Rugby World Cup. The majority in 2019, Leitch said. I think that the information and experience that we have is going to be crucial in 2023. We’ve got approximately great up-and-coming players who have got real X-factor, he added. Japan’s image is that it trusts in speed rather than physicality, but Leitch said that is altering. Everyone paints a picture of Japan as not having that physical advantage.

but we’ve proven in the past that we can box above our heaviness, he said. It’s not about being faster or more physical than the antagonism. For us, it’s about being smarter, picking our moments, and finding the right area One of the advantages. That the Japanese team has is that we’re very strategically flexible. Tactics will no doubt change against each adversary. I wouldn’t be worried about our suitability or lack of fight in any of those competitions.

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England Rugby World Cup: Ben Young most-capped men’s player

England Rugby World Cup: Ben Youngs became England’s most-capped men’s player when he came off the bench in England’s 23-19 Six Nations conquest over Wales. The Leicester Tigers scrum-half replaced Harry Randall in the 61st minute of the third-round competition at Twickenham and in doing so won his 115th England cap to pass the long-standing record of Jason Leonard, the former Test leg and 2003 Rugby World Cup champion who played his last Test in 2004.

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Ben Young most-capped men’s player
Ben Young most-capped men’s player.

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Youngs made his England entrance against Scotland at Murray field during the 2010 championship and won his 100th cap against Italy in 2020, marking that time with two tries. He didn’t have quite such an impact on this match against Wales but he did thrill the ball out to mark the end of the game after England achieved to thwart a late Wales flow to hold on for the win.

The 32-year-old, who also won two caps for the British & Irish Lions on their 2013 trip to Australia, has played in three Rugby World Cups, 2011, 2015, and 2019, and is predictable to go to a fourth next year given that he has been a mainstay in the lateral under Eddie Jones. So, he should extend his caps tally meaningfully over the next 18 months.

Youngs, whose dad Nick and brother Tom have also signified England, is only the second man to pass 100 caps for England after Leonard but there are numerous centurions in the women’s game. Rochelle Clark is the most-capped England player of all time, playing in 137 Tests for the Red Designs. Sarah Hunter has 130 caps – with her tally set to grow in the future Women’s Six Nations. While Katy Daley-Mclean (116) and Tamara Taylor (115) have also passed the three-figure landmark.

Will Greenwood: Doubts around Eddie Jones leading England Rugby World Cup have gone

England came spinal from a 10-3 deficit in the first half of the final Test in Australia to record a 21-17 victory in Sydney and clinch the series 2-1; Eddie Jones has now led England to two series conquests in Australia after the outfit’s triumph back in 2016

Will Greenwood trusts any doubts about whether Eddie Jones should lead England Rugby World Cup to next year’s Rugby WC have been removed after the side’s 2-1 series win in Australia. England lost the series opener 30-28 before drumming back in Brisbane. The 25-17 second-Test win meant it was all on the line when Jones’ outfit inwards in Sydney on Saturday.

At the Sydney Cricket Ground, England ongoing slowly and went 10-3 down. They claimed an 11-10 lead just before half-time and in the second half, Marcus Smith’s extraordinary solo try helped to set them additional on their way. Australia hit back through Folau Fainga’a but England held firm to best the 21-17 victory, which closed a second series win in Australia.

Will Greenwood: Doubts around Eddie Jones leading England Rugby World Cup have gone
Will Greenwood: Doubts around Eddie Jones leading England Rugby World Cup have gone.

With the positive series outcome, Greenwood trusts the time for questions about whether Jones should or should not lead England to next year’s Rugby World Cup is over. If it had gone 3-0 then it was six overthrows out of seven, or seven on the trot if you total the Barbarians game, then there would have been a huge number of queries, Greenwood noted. To Know more about England Vs Argentina Tickets click here.

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Once they won the second Test that was put to the divan. This [a third Test win] has put the mallet, nail, and tongs, done, shut it, and no more chats about it.  The one thing I hope is that Jones keeps the same coaching staff through to get that level of constancy, the former England international sustained.

There’s been fairly a high turnover rate, a churn with his assistant coach, his forward’s coach, and his defensive coaches. For players to get a reliable message and get behind an idea, philosophy, and style of play, I am confident Jones keeps these guys and goes through to the World Cup with them. Jones is known as a head coach who is straight and a straight-talker. In the past, he has been criticized for some of his comments regarding adversaries and sometimes for how he has loomed Test weeks.

However, after England’s victory at the Sydney Cricket Ground, Jones cut a relaxed-looking figure, which prompted the inquiry as to whether he has softened slightly. If he’d completely mellowed, then the strength has given Danny Care until 60 minutes, Greenwood noted.

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 England Rugby World Cup: During the final Test, Jones’ dragged the scrum-half from the field after just 36 minutes on what was his 87th cap and replaced the 35-year-old with his less knowledgeable team-mate, Jack van Poortvliet. To understand how ruthless Jones is in terms of winning, wanting to change impetus and flow, and seeing an o, chance to get Jack van Poortvliet on…you don’t frequently see a scrum-half coming off after 36 minutes, Greenwood said.

He might have relaxed in the interview, and he might not be throwing as many barbs out in the press, but if you dip below his standard of presentation or your style is not suited for that particular game, he’s as ruthless as he’s always been. Care’s revels at the end of the match were muted and it’s not the first time Jones has chosen to hook a player from the field in Australia. It occurred to Luther Burrell after 28 minutes and Teimana Harrison after only 31 notes back in 2016.

Will Greenwood England Rugby World Cup Player
Will Greenwood England Rugby World Cup Player.

England’s team for this series after a significant period out of the international fray

Care had returned to England’s team for this series after a significant period out of the international fray. Before the first Test, he’d made his last cap in November 2018. Does Greenwood reason the scrum-half’s Test career is now over? He’ll be cleaned to have come off in the primary half. Go back, play well at Quins and keep jutting your hat in the ring… that’s all you can do.

Former England Rugby World Cup captain Dylan Hartley felt that the call from Jones was an arresting one and explained more his perspective about Jones’ possible thinking.

For all of us viewing, being pulled off at half-time is not nice and it’s not easy, Hartley said. That’s the time to do it, give Jack van Poortvliet five notes to get into the game and get a feel for the game. If you wait until half-time, its strength take him five or ten minutes to get into the game [after]. It’s a bold thing, not many coaches manage to do it and I fairly like it. It’s bold.

You wanted to alter tact. He gets all this criticism but was that a point in the game that altered tact? Did it lead to small greater things down the way? I like it. It’s bold organization.

Each England rugby league shirt since the last home World Cup

England has free their new kit for the upcoming World Cup, with the white and blue design splitting view. Manufactured by OXEN, the kit will be worn by the men’s, women’s, and wheelchair sides later this year. We’ve had a look at all the England shirts hurled since the last home World Cup back in 2013. To Know more about England Vs Japan Tickets click here.

2022 World Cup shirt

The newest of the lot, proclaimed this July, to take England to the World Cup. England shirts have regularly been white with red, so the blue came as quite a tremor to some. However, white and blue are frequently used as the colors of the England national team in other sports, notably football.

2022 Tonga tribute

It’s not the primary new-look England Rugby World Cup shirt of the year. For the mid-season international against Combined Nations All Stars, England reinforced the Tonga Tsunami, Relief Fund. A special England kit was worn, featuring tribal patterns on the covers, for the one-off match.

The All-Stars played in a Tonga compliment kit and £10 of each sale of both jerseys went to the fund, to support the wounded of the tsunami. The wheelchair lateral wore it in their test matches against France. While the women played against France and Wales tiring the kit.

It’s not the primary new-look England Rugby World Cup shirt of the year.
It’s not the primary new-look England Rugby World Cup shirt of the year.

2021 original World Cup shirt

This may well become something of a gatherer’s item in the future. An England World Cup shirt that never saw a World Cup. It was hurled back in June 2021 as OXEN’s first design as a supplier of the England team. Unfortunately, the epidemic put paid to the tournament and it was postponed a year. They did wear the kit against Combined Nations All-Stars in 2021, though of sequence. It didn’t have the World Cup badge.

The form they wore against France last October did feature the World Cup badge though. The women and wheelchair sides also wore their Rugby World Cup version in their tests with France. England Knights wore a non-World Cup form against Jamaica.

Games played in (men): 2

2019 Rugby League Nines

There were no full internationals in 2019 due to the Great Britain tour. But England still contained in the Rugby League World Cup 9s. That meant that a shirt was free for the men and women to play in during the competition in Australia. It proved to be the final official shirt that Hummel released, as there were no full internationals in 2020 and by 2021. The RFL had moved to another supplier.

Games played in (men): 4 (all 9s)

2018 Remembrance Day

The last series that England played was at home against New Zealand, closely four years ago. The third test at Elland Road marked 100 years since the end of the First World War. So England wore a special commemorative jersey enclosed in poppies. It featured a British Legion badge and a Thank You 1918-2018 badge on the covers.

Unfortunately, England was thumped 34-0.

Games played in (men): 1

2018 Hummel

The original form of the above shirt was at least worn in the wins in the series – as England beat New Zealand at Hull and Anfield. They also beat France at Leigh Sports Village. The big outing for this kit though, backed by Dacia and manufactured by Hummel, was in Denver, USA. England beat New Zealand 36-18 at the Mile High Stadium in a historic test match across the pond in front of 19,320. This was the first shirt made as part of the RFL’s four-year company with Hummel.

Games played in (men): 4

2017 World Cup

This was the kit worn as England touched the Rugby World Cup final in Australia. Industrial by BLK, was sponsored by Kingstone Press. Who had grown their participation in rugby league having backed the Championship competitions? This kit was initially won in the mid-season test against Samoa in Campbelltown.

Games played in (men): 8

This was the kit worn as England touched the Rugby World Cup final in Australia.
This was the kit worn as England touched the Rugby World Cup final in Australia.

2016 Four Nations

The World Cup kit was a slight difference from the kit worn for the 2016 Four Nations the previous year. A rebrand for England Rugby World Cup League meant a new logo was in a home for 2017. While the attendance of the World Cup logo for the tournament meant the BLK branding was enthused from left to center. In essence, it was the same kit – just with a few minor details altered; and so really. The 2016/17 kit was the most worn.

Games played in (men): 4

2015 Wall of White

What proved to be the final shirt containing long-term sponsors was Gillette. The Wall of White shirt was used for the autumn tests against New Zealand and France. It was the first to be made by BLK, following the move away from ISC. It also featured Kingstone Press marking on the sleeves.

Games played in (men): 4

2013/14 The last home World Cup

The England rugby world cup league shirt worn at the last World Cup was also reserved for the 2014 Four Nations. Manufactured by ISC, it had the Gillette marking on the front, which had become synonymous with rugby league internationals. It featured a subtle St George’s irritated on the chest.

Games played in (men): 9

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France Rugby World Cup with a positive impact

The France Rugby World Cup 2023 Organising Committee exposed this Tuesday an action plan aimed at leaving a social. And the ecological legacy that will resonate beyond the tournament. At the Académie du Climat in Paris, World Cup France 2023. And World Rugby confirmed its drive to raise the existing values for international sporting events in terms. Of social accountability, inclusion, and sustainable development.

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France Rugby World Cup with a positive impact
France Rugby World Cup with a positive impact

Four key actions have been taken acting for a sustainable and circular economy; investing in education, and training. And service; reducing the impact on the environment; fostering inclusion and accessibility for all. France 2023 also presented 15 innovative projects. Some already hurled and others soon to be deployed. Which all bring palpable proof of France 2023’s positive action.

TANGIBLE AND MEANINFUL PROJECTS

France has applied a responsible procurement policy, based on a grid of environmental criteria. Also earmarking some of its public tenders to businesses from the social and solidarity economy. Including inclusive entities employing people with incapacities.

This willingness to have a long-term positive influence is also at the heart of the Campus 2023 program. Which will provide 3,000 young men and women with an education in sports. And entertaining industry through three modules (sports, tourism, security). Beyond emerging experts for the future. France Rugby World Cup 2023 wishes to foster a new cohort of citizens. Committed to acting for the greater good through involvement in food banks. And the collection of cigarette butts. Or recycling of mobile phones at resident rugby clubs.

Between Rugby WC 2023 quarter and semi-finals. France 2023 will organize the Worldwide Wheelchair Rugby Cup, in teamwork with World Wheelchair Rugby (WWF). A first for an RWC Organising Committee, the tournament is a chance to give unprecedented visibility to a spectacular. Inclusive, and mixed sport.

Amongst other initiatives, a green flexibility platform will be developed to offer RWC. Fans all eco-friendly travel answers available (carpooling, green taxis, scooters, electric bus…). And Rugby World Cup 2023’s medals will be produced from recycled electronic mechanisms.

France has applied a responsible procurement policy,
France has applied a responsible procurement policy,

THE POWER OF TOGETHER

To achieve the Rugby World Cup ambition to have an optimistic impact. It will require everyone involved to play their part, from host cities to fans. Players to competition officials, and media to commercial associates. Through its Players’ Committee chaired by John Eales. France 2023 will invite Rugby WC 2023’s 660 players to partake in creativities with a positive impact, both on and off the pitch.

Already a signatory of the French Ministry of Sports and WWF’s charter for accountability. And sustainable generous events (“15 engagements éco-responsables des événements sporty”). France 2023 has also committed to measuring. And issuing the impact of its CSR action plan through teamwork with independent experts.

World Rugby Chairman Sir Bill Beaumont said:

“When organizing one of the world’s chiefs and best-loved sports events like Rugby World Cup. It is vital to seize the incredible opportunity to harness the power of rugby to deliver a positive and expressive impact. Much more than a chance, it is also our responsibility.Together with France, we share the desire that the Rugby World Cup can be a catalyst for optimistic change. And play an important role in the progression of modern society as a whole. The ambitious CSR strategy has been custom-made to fulfill that vision, bringing tangible proof. And presenting the roadmap to organize the most maintainable and purpose-driven Rugby World Cup ever.”

CEO Claude Atcher

France Rugby World Cup: CEO Claude Atcher said

“Rugby World Cup France 2023 wants to lead an example shift in how international sporting events are considered and delivered. As an Organising Committee, we must be aware of our role in civilization, in the world of today and tomorrow. This is our accountability. Beyond our words, we will deliver on specific proof points. I am hugely proud of our CSR strategy. Which is both ambitious and pertinent, and the action we have chosen that will benefit our society and our planet.”

CEO Claude Atcher
CEO Claude Atcher

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The France Pare-Brise becomes an official follower of Rugby World Cup France 2023

The France Pare-Brise is joining forces with the main sporting event in the world in 2023.

France Pare-Brise is joining forces with the biggest sporting occasion in the world in 2023. 

The car window repair and spare specialist has become the Official Supporter of Rugby World Cup 2023. Which will take place in France. As a partner of local rugby for many years. France Pare-Brise is reaffirming its promise by supporting the premier men’s competition in the sport. To Know more about France Vs Namibia Tickets click here.

The France Pare-Brise network shares common standards with Rugby World Cup: team spirit, integrity, passion, and pleasantness. Through this agreement. The brand wants to be as close as possible to the fans before. And during the event; creating a promise to its customers. Its members, and its insurance partners with a program of dedicated doings.

Claude Atcher, France CEO said,

“We are pleased that France Pare-Brise and its network, who make proximity and team soul daily virtues. Are joining the France 2023 adventure. The year 2023 will be a Rugby World Cup for France’s regions. Where the memberships of France Pare-Brise are located, and who will take part in this great festivity as close to their homes as likely.” 



Pierre-Yves Desjeux, Deputy Handling Director of France Pare-Brise said:

“It is a great pride for our 192 members and their 1,000 employees to be current alongside France 2023 as an Official Supporter. It is a real opportunity to animate our network and our clientele by sharing the values of rugby and its moments of celebration and conviviality.” 

The France Pare-Brise network shares common standards with Rugby World Cup
The France Pare-Brise network shares common standards with Rugby World Cup

ABOUT FRANCE Rugby World Cup

Rugby World Cup will take home in France from 8 September-28 October with matches played in nine venues across 10 host cities. The competition will be the 10th men’s World Cup. And the second to be hosted by France after a memorable event in 2007.

World Cup will take home in a year. When the sport celebrates 200 years. Since Rugby School pupil William Webb Ellis was credited with inventing the game of rugby football by presenting

“a fine disregard for the rules”

in catching the ball and running with it in 1823.

France aims to be a positive impact rivalry. Setting new standards in social responsibility, and inclusion. and sustainable development for a major worldwide sporting event. Four strong commitments have been made: to act for a maintainable and circular economy. To commit to education, training, and employment, to limit the impact on the environment, and to support presence and accessibility. 

World Cup will be a prize event for rugby, with 20 teams competing. Forty-eight competitions will be played over 51 days. 

 ABOUT FRANCE PARE-BRISE 

Created in 1993, now a subsidiary of the St-Gobain group. The France Pare-Brise net has more than 450 centers throughout France. Achieved by 190 independent business owners. And more than 1,000 employees committed to serving their clientele.

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South Africa name Rugby World Cup Sevens teams

South Africa Rugby World Cup: The Springbok Sevens squad for Rugby WC Sevens 2022 has three figurine medalist survivors from 2018, in Siviwe Soyizwapi. Who will lead the team –Selvyn Davids and Ryan Oosthuizen; Springbok Women’s Sevens stalwart Mathrin Simmers will play in her third RWC 7s in Cape Town next weekend, and stalwart Cecil Afrika was recalled to the Blitzbok side.

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South Africa name Rugby World Cup Sevens teams
South Africa name Rugby World Cup Sevens teams

Connection Simmers are Nadine Roos, Zintle Mpupha, and Eloise Webb, all of whom will make their second RWC 7s arrival when the action kicks off at Cape Town Stadium next Friday. Simmers and Sizophila Solontsi will co-captain the women’s side.

The Springbok Women’s Sevens team will play France in their rivalry opener at 18h35 on Friday, and the Blitzboks will take on the winner of the qualifying match between Germany and Chile at 19h03. All the actions will be transmitted live on SuperSport.

Neil Powell

Team trainers South Africa Rugby World Cup Neil Powell and Paul Delport both named squads consisting of 14 players each at the official team statement in Stellenbosch on Friday, and will confirm their final 12 players next Wednesday, before the 48-hour deadline for the competition, to be played from 9-11 September.

The Blitzboks have a familiar look to it with 10 players who were in the act at the recent Commonwealth Games in England, where they won the gold medal, with only Dewald Human and Zain Davids absent due to injury.  

The duo, who also played in the 2018 competition, picked up injuries at the HSBC LA Sevens last weekend, the last competition of the 2022 HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series, with the Blitzboks finishing second on the overall log statuses.

Paul Delport

Afrika the all-time leading Blitzbok opinions scorer in the World Series with 1462 points, was recalled due to a Human injury. The experienced flyhalf last contained for South Africa in the World Series in 2020, but he has been playing for Monaco in the professional Extenso Super Sevens league in France in the new months.

Powell was happy to welcome back Afrika, who wasted out in 2018 due to injury after making his Rugby World Cup 7s debut in Moscow in 2013, and said: We had been in regular interaction since Cecil left Springbok Sevens to first play expert rugby in the USA and now France, so I am up to date with his suitability and form. To Know more about South Africa Vs Scotland Tickets click here.

The injuries to Justin Geduld former this year and now Dewald Human left us short of options at flyhalf and Cecil not only delivers massive experience but big match nature as well. He will also take some of the workloads away from Selvyn Davids, who is coming back from injury.

Davids, Ronald Brown, Christie Grobbelaar, and Mfundo Ndhlovu all make an opportune return to the squad, having missed the competition in Los Angeles due to injuries sustained at the Commonwealth Games in July.

Paul Delport
Paul Delport

The Springbok Sevens squad (with RWC & World Series stats):

Cecil Afrika – 2013 RWC; 66 World Series competitions (1462 points)

Ronald Brown – RWC debut; 8 World Series competitions (285 points)

Angelo Davids – RWC debut; 9 World Series competitions (160 points)

Selvyn Davids – 2018 RWC; 27 World Series competitions (564 points)

Muller du Plessis – RWC debut; 20 World Series competitions (315 points)

Christie Grobbelaar – RWC debut; 8 World Series competitions (70 points)

Sako Makata – RWC debut; 16 World Series competitions (60 points)

James Murphy – RWC debut; 10 World Series competitions (45 points)

Mfundo Ndhlovu – RWC debut; 10 World Series competitions (60 points)

Ryan Oosthuizen – 2018 RWC; 32 World Series competitions (160 points)

JC Pretorius – RWC debut; 20 World Series competitions (225 points)

Siviwe Soyizwapi (captain) – 2018 RWC; 40 World Series competitions (670 points)

Impi Visser – RWC debut; 21 World Series competitions (115 points)

Shaun Williams – RWC debut; 7 World Series competitions (80 points)

The Springbok Women’s Sevens will open their campaign against France in the second last game on Friday evening, and Delport said they are not looking past that encounter.

We are absorbed internally and want to make sure we play that game with clarity among the group, said Delport.

South Africa Rugby World Cup

You only get to play a Rugby World Cup Sevens competition in your own country once and we hope to make the best of it.

On his decision of naming co-captains, Delport said: “Home competitions create a lot of extra pressure on our skippers and we want to spread the workload in that respect and also wanted to make sure we have a captain on the arena all the time.

Marin and Size are both knowledgeable campaigners and leaders and will complement each other in that regard.

 Simamkele Namba has not played for the team before, with several players who made their entrances in this year’s World Series, Commonwealth Games,

Cecil Afrika – 2013 RWC; 66 World Series competitions (1462 points)
Cecil Afrika – 2013 RWC; 66 World Series competitions (1462 points)

The Springbok Women’s Sevens squad (with RWC & World Series stats):

Marlize de Bruin – RWC debut; 1 World Series tournament

Kirsten Eastes – RWC debut; 1 World Series tournament

Nolwazi Hlabangane – RWC debut; 1 World Series tournament

Felicia Jacobs – RWC debut; 1 World Series tournament

Lerato Makua – RWC debut; 1 World Series tournament

Unathi Mali – RWC debut; 2 World Series tournaments

Ayanda Malinga – RWC debut, 1 World Series tournament (10 points)

Zintle Mpupha – 2018 RWC; 6 World Series tournaments (40 points)

Simamkele Namba – RWC debut

Asisipho Plaatjies – RWC debut; 1 World Series tournament

Nadine Roos – 2018 RWC; 5 World Series tournaments (79 points)

Mathrin Simmers – 2013, 2018 RWC; 14 World Series tournaments (35 points)

Sizophila Solontsi – RWC debut; 2 World Series tournaments

Eloise Webb – 2018 RWC; 5 World Series tournaments (7 points)

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England Players to Watch at Rugby World Cup 2023

We have shaped a bet zone review that looks at some of the top players that are looking to be comprised of the England Rugby World Cup squad. When it comes to the WC in France 2023.

Maro Itoje

Itoje has now become one of the first names on the England team sheet. And would make any initial XV in the RWC. He’s a natural leader, not always through speech, but always through his actions on the pitch. He has an innate aptitude to disrupt any part of the opposition’s game whether that’s through lineout steels, turnovers, choke tackles, or the pure amount of work around the collision area he gets through.

Consistently contests at the highest level and we look forward to seeing that form continue into France next year.

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Maro Itoje
Maro Itoje

Owen Farrell

England Rugby World Cup divisive captain will certainly be in the squad come RWC time. But it’s his positioning within the starting team that will be a stimulating element to watch. His club position at Saracens is fly-half, but in the international set-up, he usually finds himself at a confidential center, alongside a Marcus Smith or George Ford.

One thing that is sure for Farrell is his ability to produce the ‘big game’ player display. He embodies competitiveness and skill, and when Farrell is on song England more often than not shadows suit.

Freddie Steward

Part of Head Coach Eddie Jones’ New England crop. Freddie Steward is creating the 15 jerseys on his own having been leftward unclaimed since Mike Brown’s occupancy. At 6ft 4” the Leicester Tiger’s full-back is a towering presence physically and aerially. He’s proved himself very talented under any highball throughout his 13 England arrivals to date. Not only is he solid in the air, but he also has an intelligent aggressive game, when he’s not running the ball back from deep. He’s joining the attacking backline and cutting some great angles with fruitful consequences.

Marcus Smith

Smith is also relatively new at 23 years old and with 13 arrivals under his belt, but he’ll be hoping to make it. That 10 spot his own. His club form is irrefutable, but questions remain about his kicking and defensive skills at the most elite level of the sport. Marcus has the talent to be in the team with his electronic step and unrivaled reading of the game, but it’s whether he can make that gel in a Rugby World Cup, against the top sides in that weight cooker.

Henry Arundell

The London Irish speedster was rotating heads as soon as he came onto the pitch in the Autumn internationals. In his first touch of the game, he motorized through two players in the Australia defensive line. And then walked his way around the full-back to score on his debut!

Henry Arundell
Henry Arundell

Arundell has the aptitude to be at the elite level of the sport, but at just 19 years old and 3 caps to his name, could 2023 be too initial to see him at his imposing best? He hasn’t seen a huge amount of international game time, and this limited contact leaves questions nearby everything. But his attacking game.

Have no doubt, if Arundell gets a chance to shine in France the likelihood of a phenomenal try goes up 10-fold.

Phil Vickery: There is unconditionally no reason why England can’t win the Rugby World Cup

England Rugby World Cup: I’ve always been a follower of the Rugby World Cup. I played in three of them and had my fair share of achievements. Over three competitions, I won 13 of the 16 games I played. And funnily enough, only lost to the Springboks. Now I wouldn’t have said that in 1999 when Jannie de Beer was jutting five drop-goals over my head in the quarter-finals. To Know more about England Vs Argentina Tickets click here.

When you are playing, you magistrate yourself by results in the big tournaments and pitting yourself against the best players in the world. That’s what the World Cup does. Charming the thing is about getting through it, even enduring it because you have an excellent. You can either use it as a springboard to do somewhat or let it eat you up.

In the summer before that first competition, my second cap had been a 76-0 loss to Australia on the Tour of Hell’ in 1998 but I did all correct out. It completes me think, what do I want to be known as? What am I about? It was a reckoning of sorts; an important moment in my career.

I was 23 at that first competition and it felt like barely anybody outside rugby knew it was on. It’s funny what you remember. When it came to the quarter-final in Paris, the farmer in me recalls seeing a big sign saying, Buy British Beef, so I was thinking, go on the boys. Because I’d grown up in Cornwall at a time when we were aggressive French fishermen off the Cornish coast, with harbors being closed and suchlike.

Phil Vickery
Phil Vickery

England Rugby World Cup

It ablaze me up a bit but that knockout loss taught me what the best in the world meant. And the reality was I wasn’t as decent as I thought I was, and neither was England. The lead-up to a World Cup is so significant and Eddie Jones’ England team will know that. In the summer of 2002, I skippered an understrength England in Argentina and we tried them down there. It was one of my proudest moments. Charming became a bit of a habit. By the following summer,  To Know more about England Vs Japan Tickets click here.

We were on a roll. We beat New Zealand with a six-man scrum in their courtyard and to top it off, Australia in Melbourne. Then it was back into one of the most penetrating training blocks I’d ever been involved in and back out to Oz and off we go. What do I recall about the final? Well, forget the referee, the tries, and the further time. The one thing that will always stick in my attention was walking out into the Olympic Stadium and that sea of white and red.

It was mind-blowing. I couldn’t believe the provision we had on the other side of the world. Soon after the whistle, I called my mum and said, you were the person who drove me all around Cornwall, from Bude to Redruth, twice a week, traveling up and down the county for trials and all over the country, I cannot thank you sufficiently. You see, in those early days, it was never about playing for England Rugby World Cup and becoming a World Cup victor.

The help I had from friends and family was exclusive to facilitate

England Rugby World Cup: Something I was passionate about. The journey of 2003 started. When I first chose a rugby ball. It wasn’t just about those 6 weeks out in Australia. Coming home was remarkable. The open-bus parade, the visit to the Palace, the trip to No 10; none of that would have occurred were it not for a World Cup. We hope we inspired young kids to take up sport and place rugby on the map. It was bloody remarkable and to my mind, the moment rugby hit the normal.

 I know, it will probably always have that secluded school reputation. Whatever that may be.  But I’m from Kilkhampton in North Cornwall. There are no airs and elegances about me and I’m extremely proud of that fact; proud of my spirit, my desire, and where I come from. Even today, if I’m talking about the commercial of sport, you have to have that drive. My final Rugby World Cup bow came in 2007 and boy was that a rollercoaster competition. From the depths of that 36-0 Pool loss to the Boks to the highs of Marseille in the quarter-finals, it was an incredible knowledge.

England Rugby World Cup Team
England Rugby World Cup Team

The Wallabies were outright favorites, while we were slow, but the fans and atmosphere got us going. In knockout rugby, it’s all about 80 minutes and we faced up. We bloody done ‘em. One of my favorite bits after was the Aussies hadn’t booked their aeronautical home and they couldn’t get home. Classic. The more expressive final came against France in Paris. We’d beaten Les Bleus in 2003 in the semi-finals and I recall Fabien Galthie telling me, ‘You stole my Rugby World Cup’.

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 He’s such a good guy, Fabien. It was his time and I wouldn’t have resented it. In the 2007 semi-final, the lovely thing for me was mobile down the tunnel, and seeing Raphael IbanezRafa was a hero to me, having played with him at Wasps. I recall in the tunnel thinking, ‘F**k me, right then, you f****s’. Paris was bouncing and, I thought, it’s ‘do or die here and if we go down, let’s go down in a blaze of glory. There were some implausible individual presentations. Andrew Sheridan was a bloody man crag.

Josh Lewsey was electronic and the intent, determination, and grit shown meant we were in another Rugby World Cup final. Before that final, I looked around the altering room and the physios were almost running out of tape. Martin Corry was observed like a mummy; he was so trussed up. Looking spinal, it was a game too far. I take nonentity away from South Africa. We can talk about Mark Cueto’s left boot until the cows come home but they merited it.

I remember standing on the field later, after the medals were handed out, and looking across to see John Smit with the World Cup. I thought, ‘We’ve had a little trip here, we’ve fought to retain our trophy’ but at the same time, when I observed him with it, I thought if there’s anybody, I didn’t attention giving it to, it’s him. He’s a top boy and played the game in the right way. He was strong and aggressive but never dirty. Hosting a World Cup in France 16 years later will be enchanted. What the French do better than anyone else gets behind the diversion. Rugby there is a huge deal.

Sure, they can get on the back of their squad

But my God they are all in. It’s relentless and for the fans, they have the cheese flowers, the wines, I could go on. It’s going to be on another level, a faultless recipe for a Rugby World Cup. As for England’s odds a year out. What they need is consistency, because performance-wise, it’s been active and down. Saying that there will be knocks on the road. Right now, it doesn’t matter who you are, you’re not going to control the world game.

I don’t say that to be seated on the fence but look at The Rugby Championship or the Six Nations, it’s never been as competitive. As a rugby fan and someone who sincerely tries to promote the game, I know fans either love or loathe Eddie Jones, but the guy I know is a good bloke. He’s a rugby man who wants to gory win things. You can argue over whether he’s chosen the right team or not but we’d do that for whoever was in custody.

Rugby World Cup
Rugby World Cup

England Rugby World Cup: England didn’t play chiefly well in the summer but I tell you what, if you lose your opening Test match in Australia and then go on to win the sequence, well that takes some doing. You can talk about detail, systems, and plays, but the results showed this England side has approximately ticker. You have to go to places that coaches can’t make you go, where it’s shady and dingy. The trainers give you the tools but you’ve got to go there, no one else. They showed real guts and willpower.

I think it’s important Ellis Genge and Kyle Sinckler will be composed at Bristol this season

I’ll always keep a judgment on the front row and I think it’s important Ellis Genge and Kyle Sinckler will be composed at Bristol this season. The club needs to look after them, but looking longer term, we’ve got some good props coming through like Bevan Rodd and Will Stuart, and you still have the old boys Mako and Joe Marler who can do work. Ellis, especially, has been inspiring and there’s no doubt in my mind that he’s in that top level of world-class prop forwards. Kyle has had a bit of a difficult patch with damages

But by the sounds of it, he’ll be invigorated and ready to go. Saying that, what I do know is it won’t be about one separate, it’ll be about the collective, as they’ll all be called upon. There is unconditionally no reason why England can’t win the Rugby World Cup and we can say the same for France, Ireland, South Africa, and New Zealand. You have to start trusting it or it won’t bloody happen.

A year out, this competition will sneak up on us. Between Covid, the cost-of-living crisis, the war in Ukraine, and the chaos in politics, before you know it, we can hang reality for a bit and suck up the wonderful game of rugby. When I’m at the rugby, nothing else substances, boy. It brings people together. It will be a boost for the whole game.

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Japan coach vows to tone unhappy flair for Rugby World Cup challenge

Japan Rugby World Cup thrilled fans with their swashbuckling chic at the 2019 World Cup. but head coach Jamie Joseph trusts it would be pointless to play the same way at next year’s competition. The Brave Blossoms beat Ireland and Scotland on home soil on their way to an important first quarter-final appearance and won plaudits for their free-flowing rugby. But Joseph says the sport has changed since then to reward self-justifying teams and Japan’s daredevil style will need to be attuned.

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head coach Jamie Joseph trusts it would be pointless to play the same way at next year's competition.
head coach Jamie Joseph trusts it would be pointless to play the same way at next year’s competition.

Before the Rugby World Cup kicks off in France

Before the Rugby World Cup kicks off in France a year from now. The teams who won Test matches in June and July are the best defensive flanks, not necessarily the best-attacking sides said the New Zealander, who has been in custody since 2016. That’s a trend that has been created by the way the game is arbitrated now and it’s a trend that we’ve got to adjust to. It’s going to be challenging but it’s pointless trying to play the game of rugby that was fruitful for us in 2019 against stronger defensive sides.

Head coach Jamie Joseph

Japan have been haggard in World Cup Pool D alongside England, Argentina, Chile, and Samoa, and Joseph believes they can reach an additional quarter-final if they get their preparations right. But the coach also says that his team is a little bit behind because of the pandemic and wounds. He also cast an envious glance at Argentina’s contribution to the Rugby Championship against New Zealand, Australia, and South Africa.

Japan Rugby World Cup has no competition to give them regular games against top-level antagonism and the country’s Super Rugby franchise, the Sun wolves, folded in 202s0. Joseph has tried to grow new players by picking oversized training teams but he conceded the situation was not ideal, as arrangements for the World Cup begin in earnest.

We’re a little bit behind in terms of our groundwork but those are the circumstances that have been thrown at me as the head coach and what I have to contract with, he said. I’m pretty positive about the test ahead and that’s what my job is. To Know more about England Vs Japan Tickets click here.

 coach Jamie Joseph
coach Jamie Joseph

Build together

Japan have played only 10 Test competitions since the last Rugby World Cup, when they were hosts, and have not beaten any of the top states. But they ran Six Nations Grand Slam winners France close in a recent Test match in Tokyo.

They led until the 71st minute before losing 20-15 and Joseph trusts it marked a starting point for his team. Japan faces New Zealand in Tokyo at the end of October beforehand heading to Europe to take on England and France. Joseph says there is no enchanted trick to building a competitive team and his players just need more rugby against the best squads.

I don’t think it’s something that the trainer says or ‘this is what I want you to do -you build together, he said. The best way to do that is by playing positive, charming rugby. That’s what we want to do. Japan begins its World Cup campaign against Chile and ends the pond stage with a potentially decisive clash against Argentina.

The Brave Blossoms will not enjoy home benefit this time and Joseph concedes there was a lot more energy” surrounding his team’s World Cup arrangements four years ago. But he also says he is excited about some of the younger guy’s contravention through and is itching to get ongoing when the tournament kicks off. It’s not an easy challenge but it’s a challenge that we’ve shown in the past that if we get the groundwork right and get the players right, we’re surely capable of doing it, said Joseph.

Japan Rugby World Cup Begins Arrangements with Rout of Uruguay

Brave Blossoms coach Jamie Joseph used a mixture of up-and-coming players and veterans in their first official match since November 2021. kicked off its arrangements for next year’s Rugby World Cup with a convincing 34-15 win over Uruguay in Tokyo on Saturday, June 18.

Japan Rugby World Cup Begins Arrangements with Rout of Uruguay
Japan Rugby World Cup Begins Arrangements with Rout of Uruguay

With a mixture of up-and-coming players and veterans, Jamie Joseph’s Brave Blossoms were in control from the outset at Prince Chichibu Memorial Ground. First-half tries from Koga Nezuka and Tevita Tatafu gave the 2019 World Cup hosts a 15-3 lead at part-time.

Kosuke Horikoshi ran in Japan’s third try early in the next half and captain Yu Tamura converted to give the hosts a commanding 22-3 lead. Diego Magno traversed with over 20 minutes left to keep things stimulating but replacement Takeshi Hino scored Japan’s fourth try in the 63rd for an insuperable 27-8 advantage.

Hino added another try in the 72nd miniature to seal the conquest for the hosts, who will face Uruguay again on June 25 in Kitakyushu. A late try by Uruguay’s Manuel Ardao, rehabilitated by Felipe Etcheverry, completed the marking.

We had a lot of players making their entrance so it was a good result for us, Tamura said. Only had two weeks to make so it was quite an accomplishment. We want to keep making progress. Playing in its first test in Tokyo since the 2019 World Cup, Japan got off to a quick start when test debutante Nezuka traversed in the 10th minute. 

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With Lucas Bianchi in the sin bin, a consequence kick by Tamura eight minutes later made it 8-0.  I was a bit nervous but with Tamura and the other backs leading the way, we were able to reduce as the game went on, the 23-year-old Tezuka said. The visitors got on the scoresheet in the 34th minute on a penalty by Etcheverry to censor the lead to 8-3. Tatafu motorized in from about 20 yards for Japan’s second try in the waning minutes of the first half.

japan Rugby World Cup Squad
japan Rugby World Cup Squad

A Look Back and a Look Ahead

The older team hadn’t played since losing 29-20 against Scotland in Edinburgh in November 2021. The Brave Blossoms astonished many by advancing to the last eight of the 2019 World Cup which they hosted. Japan Rugby World Cup went 4-0 in group play before losing to ultimate winner South Africa in the quarterfinals. In the 2023 World Cup in France, Japan has been drawn in Pool D with first-tier states England and Argentina. Samoa and a yet-to-be-determined team from the Americas will also be in the group.

The Brave Blossoms will face France in Toyota, Aichi Region, on July 2 and Tokyo on July 9. The Japan Rugby Football Union also said Japan will play France in Toulouse in a November 20 test afterward taking on England on November 12 at Twickenham.

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France Rugby World Cup: CEO Claude Atcher deferred

Claude Atcher, chief managerial of the Organising Committee for the 2023 France Rugby World Cup. Has been suspended next to a preliminary investigation into his workplace behavior. L’Équipe had reported in June that the 66-year-old supervised a ‘climate of terror’ at Groupement internet Public (GIP), with employs sorrow panic attacks, burn-out, as well as verbal abuse. The paper also alleged that Atcher had run up bills of tens of thousands of euros by collation minicabs for his individual use.

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CEO Claude Atcher deferred
CEO Claude Atcher deferred.

Atcher has been deprived of financial impropriety and bullying. The accusations prompted an investigation, which also uncovered potential dishonesty, as well as supporting claims Atcher had ruled by fear and did not properly adhere to financial rules. Atcher’s delay has been supported by World Rugby, the global leading body for rugby union. Julien Collette, Atcher’s assistant. Has been installed as a temporary replacement.

The French sports minister Amélie Oudéa-Castera said that the management had to act quickly after an official report identified alarming managerial practices and infringements of financial probity within the Organising committee. She added that Atcher would face a punitive procedure that could lead to his dismissal.

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Oudéa-Castera continued:

“The report recognized problems of infringements of economic and financial probity and confirmed a deep social malaise [within France 2023 Public Interest Group], an acute crisis of confidence, the suffering of staff and therefore psychological and communal risks.”

A second report by France’s Inspectorate of Work, which would determine whether the executive practices amounted to a criminal offense, has been neat.

World Rugby was deeply worried by the allegations made through the French media, said a statement World Rugby. The wellbeing of the rugby family is supreme and central to the values of unity, inclusivity, and fun that typify Rugby World Cup, the sport’s ultimate celebration of togetherness.

France Rugby World Cup Team
France Rugby World Cup Team.

While noting that the final review report is undecided. World Rugby’s immediate priority is to continue to provide. Its full support and assistance to the France 2023 Organising Committee to a spouse in the delivery of what is potential to be an excellent Rugby World Cup in France.

The growth comes ahead of Atcher and Bernard Laporte, president of the French Rugby Federation (FFR), standing trial in a separate dishonesty case. Laporte, who is also the vice-chairman of World Rugby, faces six different charges in the trial connecting to his dealings with Mohed Altrad, who owns French club Montpellier and whose business sponsors the French national team.

Laporte is accused of ‘corruption by a person emotional with a public service mission, influence peddling. Breach of trust to the disadvantage of the FFR, illegal taking of interests. Altrad is on trial for various financial charges, including active bribery of a person emotional with a public service mission’. Atcher, FFR vice leader Gilles Simon and Benoît Rover, a subordinate of Atcher’s, are also on trial. All five deny the numerous charges. The trial is owing to begin on 7th September.

One year to go pending the Rugby World Cup 2023 kicks off in France

The countdown to the Rugby World Cup 2023 in France, which thrills off on 8 September next year, is well and truly underway. The tenth staging of the men’s world finals, precisely one year away, promises to be a record wave and will take the game to new heights. While eyes will be on the famous Stade De France for the opening rite, as well as the final, the tournament will take fans crossways eight other beautiful sites, from the Stade Pierre-Mauroy in Villeneuve-d’Arcy to the Stade Velodrome in the southern city of Marseille. To Know more about France Vs New Zealand Tickets click here.

England fans itinerant over for their opening fixture against Argentina will be able to experience the beautiful Stade Vélodrome. Based in Marseille, it is one of the most famous in French sport and home to the French football giants Olympique Marseille. The venue has become a special entity for the city’s population. And is not only known for generating one of the loudest surroundings in France but in the whole of Europe.

One year to go pending the Rugby World Cup 2023 kicks off in France
One year to go pending the Rugby World Cup 2023 kicks off in France.

Furthermore, the Allianz Riviera in Nice will host England’s another fixture against Japan, in what will be one of the most random fixtures of the group stages. Despite being less than 10 years old, the stadium already flaunts a rich history. As it has before hosted UEFA Euro 2016, and the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup.

For England’s fittings against Chile and Samoa, fans will explore the Stade Pierre-Mauroy, located in the picturesque suburb of Lille. Villeneuve. Away from the imposing 50,000-seater stadium. Lille is one of France’s best-kept secrets with its unique architectural style and captivating city attractions.

France Rugby World Cup: France are the favorites but All Blacks are still in the mix rendering Jerome Kaino

Former New Zealand star Jerome Kaino trusts that France will be the team to beat when they host the Rugby World Cup next year. The back-row received 81 caps for the All Blacks. And was a key part of consecutive World Cup triumphs in 2011 and 2015.

Kaino played the last part of his career in France, however, helping Toulouse to rise from the doldrums. And become both domestic and European champions. He superannuated in 2021. But has seen firsthand how the French national team has been revitalized under Fabien Gauthier. They demanded their first Six Nations Grand Slam since 2010 previous. This year and dominated Ian Foster’s men during their international clash in November 2021.

Home advantage

Les Bleus are pets in my eyes, Kaino told Midi Olympique. Through the rugby, they play, the confidence they have stored away with their recent achievements. And the fact that the competition is taking place on home soil. The French groups have a great capacity to carry their team. Kaino has also seen how the Toulouse youngsters have industrialized into world-class players. Including half-back duo Antoine Dupont and Romain Ntamack.

All Blacks are still in the mix rendering Jerome Kaino
All Blacks are still in the mix rendering Jerome Kaino.

Antoine Dupont is incredible. I admire his calmness under pressure. It’s the same for Romain Ntamack. They are so serene, he said. Whether it’s a Top 14 final or a casual meeting, they have the same approach. And they are very professional. Each week, they seek to progress. By next year, New Zealand will hope to be in a location to challenge the French at the Rugby World Cup as they go head-to-head in the pool phases.

The All Blacks have endured a difficult year but Kaino isn’t concerned by their recent subjects. The current results are not in our values. But I am not worried about all that. I know the talent of the players, he said. Know Ian Foster, too. I played for a long time below him and I know he is a very good technician. Sam Cane, too, is a very good skipper.

Foster’s retention

Kaino said he was very happy to see Foster retained as a head trainer through to the World Cup. And believes their fights could prove beneficial in the long run. The players must be disappointed. But I know they will find solutions to recoil back. The retro is tough for the fans but I think the Blacks will come out stronger, he added. Maybe even for the World Cup.

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Will England win Rugby World Cup in 2023?

England Rugby World Cup: England’s series win will deliver encouragement ahead of next year’s competition in France. But there is still plenty of development to be made. England recovered from a first Test overthrow to clinch only their second-ever series win in Australia with a 21-17 victory in Sydney. Owen Farrell’s correct boot was key to England’s series-leveling victory in Brisbane. While tries from Freddie Steward and Marcus Smith on either lateral of the restart punctuated spells of Australian supremacy in the winner-takes-all third Test at the SCG.

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England’s series win will deliver encouragement ahead of next year’s competition in France
England’s series win will deliver encouragement ahead of next year’s competition in France

Eddie Jones was under mounting pressure. Before the tour but his selection gambles just about paid off in Australia and may deliver some impetus to his team ahead of next year’s World Cup in France. Here are five key talking ideas from England’s series win:

The sky’s the limit for Steward

We knew Freddie Steward was decent, even at 21, but this was a ludicrous three weeks for the Leicester full-back. Along with captain Courtney Lawes, he was England’s best performer and the sky is the limit. He rules the skies anyhow. His command of the high ball, and his attacking game have come on since his Test entrance last summer. If England finds a better full-back in the next five years we have not heard of him yet. Tommy Freeman, Ollie Chessum, and Jack van Poortvliet are on the dais.

Danny Care was curved after 37 minutes on Saturday and those with memories of Luther Burrell. Who not ever played for England again, and Teimana Harrison. Who continued until that autumn, will fear for the veteran. Closely four years out, a fluffed box kick and a wasted tackle and he was out on his ear. Possibly forever.

And Joe Cokanasiga will be jolting himself. Eddie Jones loves a large winger think Wendell Sailor and Lote Tuqiri when he was the Wallaby boss. And Cokanasiga is big. But on his one arrival, in Perth’s first Test, the Bath man failed to get involved and went on the lost list. Likewise, Joe Marchant of Harlequins missed a chance and Harry Randall did not get one.

What does it mean for the Rugby World Cup?

When the world positions come out on Monday. Ireland will be the quantity one team on the planet following their seismic 32-22 win over the All Blacks in Wellington. That makes them only the 5th side to win a good series in New Zealand, a list that includes the fabled British & Irish Lions and the 1937 Springboks. To Know more about England Vs Argentina Tickets click here.

England’s finale in Sydney was a mid-table matter compared to what was going on slightly further down under. Would you bet the household on England Rugby World Cup beating Ireland, France, South Africa, or New Zealand if the World Cup final was played tomorrow? Thought not.

England Rugby World Cup
England Rugby World Cup

Genge proves the trainee scheme works

Back in 2016, Eddie Jones brought Ellis Genge down under with the much-derided trainee asterisk next to his name.

Genge, today 27 and a Premiership-winning captain with Leicester did not play a minute of the Test matches as England won 3-0. But went back home-based knowing what international rugby is all about. Six years on prop Genge was one of the leaders of the pack. Bristling with the determined on the pitch, particularly in Brisbane’s second Test and in the latter stages of his 56 minutes in the Sydney game. He was also a thoughtful talker off it.

Henry Arundell, three bench arrivals, and Will Joseph, one. Were handed the dreaded L-plate tag ahead of this tour. But both saw the act and will have been inspired by Genge’s actions. When he ran through Wallaby center Samu Kerevi on Saturday it noticeable a line in the sand in England’s defiant last stand to hold out the crowds.

What next for those left behind?

When the Rugby World Cup squad to tour Australia was proclaimed on 20 June, Nic Dolly. Alex Dombrandt, George Ford, Joe Launchbury, Louis Lynagh, Sam Simmonds, Kyle Sinckler, Henry Slade, Manu Tuilagi. And Anthony Watson were listed as unobtainable through injury. Ben Youngs and Joe Marler were also refreshed. All excepting Sinckler, the lesser-spotted Manu and Slade have catching up to do.

Watson had to watch Freeman star on the annex in the final Test, Dombrandt would have been chuntering at every Billy Vunipola carry, likewise, fellow No 8 Simmonds. And Launchbury might not be too pleased with the development of Jonny Hill and Ollie Chessum at lock. Fly-half Ford could fight to get back, despite his form last season for Leicester. Tuilagi, if fit, plays whatever and Slade’s midfield cause was aided by Guy Porter not pulling too many plants up in Australia.

Captain Courtney

Courtney Lawes will be England Rugby World Cup captain for the World Cup in France next year. Barring a wound calamity or a similarly steep drop in form. The latter looks progressively unlikely, given the way he has played over the past three stays and he has changed. The mood of the team so that even Owen Farrell was smiling – despite his demotion back to the ranks.

Captain Courtney
Captain Courtney

Lawes exposed last week how Jones had relaxed with the players but they owed him performances in return. The Northampton man did his bit in Sydney rallying the last-ditch protection, securing a turnover, assisting in another, winning a line-out, and cutting down Kerevi in the space of 10 minutes. This was his tour.

Next England rugby World Cup coach 5 candidates to replace Eddie Jones, from Rob Baxter to Steve Borthwick

The Exeter Rulers and Leicester Tigers coaches are both being tipped for the England job but may have to coach under Jones at the 2023 World Cup first if England accepts the French model England will be receiving an English coach and they could work under Eddie Jones at the Rugby World Cup. Would that also mean employed during the Six Nations?

England rugby’s next head coach will be English and will almost surely work under Eddie Jones during the 2023 Rugby World Cup in France before taking the role full time, rendering to RFU boss Bill Sweeney. The RFU is seeking an heir to Jones as the Australian’s reign over the international team steadily comes to an end.

This spring’s unsatisfactory Six Nations showing has only accelerated discussions as to who will lead England into the next Rugby World Cup cycle towards 2027 with New Zealander Warren Gatland and Rassie Erasmus of South Africa both before proposed for the role.

Jones is under the agreement until the end of 2023, having agreed to an extension six months after England’s World Cup final defeat to South Africa in Yokohama. A contentious figure, Jones brought much-needed pedigree to the role when he substituted Stuart Lancaster in 2015. The fact he wasn’t English had no bearing on his selection.

Sweeney says the upcoming hunt for a new head coach

Sweeney says the upcoming hunt for a new head coach will only go as far as English figures coaching at home or abroad, rather than plucking an applicant from the Southern Hemisphere. We’ve got a war room that’s got every English Rugby World Cup coach you can envisage based here and based internationally. We’ve got a progressive succession plan in place.

Sweeney says the upcoming hunt for a new head coach
Sweeney says the upcoming hunt for a new head coach

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That should be long-term and therefore the favorite would be to have an English setup as far as I’m concerned. Jones has enjoyed a sensibly fruitful seven years coaching the Red Rose delivering a Rugby World Cup final, a Grand Slam, and two further Six Nations triumphs. But his rough style isn’t for everyone not least in the RFU. Yet he was selected to win the Rugby World Cup and campaigns such as the recent Six Nations slump signify a backward step in the eyes of his superiors, let alone groups.

Jones still has Sweeney’s support ahead of France 2023. And the RFU is currently plotting a succession akin to Les Bleus’ three years ago. Back then, Fabien Galthié was proclaimed as Jacques Brunel’s spare months before the Rugby World Cup. And functioned under the ex-Perpignan boss before taking over the role after France was bashed out in the quarter-finals to Wales. To Know more about England Vs Japan Tickets click here.

The plan for us will be to employ that coach before summer 2023, O’Shea said. Whether that’s embedding them into the package or taking a helicopter view, that’s a discussion to be had. We would like to think we will be appointing them in the lead-up to 2023. We have so many top English coaches who are in a great location. Eddie has worked with Steve [Borthwick], Neal [Hatley], and Gussy [Paul Gustard]. You look across the Premiership and then you see the excellence of people overseas. I want them to be English and I believe [they] should be.

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The basis is we need to appoint. So we have got time to embed the new coaching team and allow them to hit the ground running. Eddie is fully conscious and knows what we want to do. Galthié was chosen before the 2019 World Cup. And it’s the right thing to do because we need to get ready for the 2024 Six Nations. And so, the jostling for debatably the top job in world rugby begins.

 England may be blessed with great coaches. As Sweeney says, but who is in a location to work under Jones heading into the autumn of next year? Speaking 18 months ago about the view of leaving Exeter for England, Baxter said It would depend if I’m happy here, wouldn’t it? Well, quiet. Exeter is fourth in the Premiership and splashing in the Champions Cup this season. The sense is rising that this chapter of his career may draw close. And England would be the timely next step.

Rob Baxter

Baxter’s career is synonymous with Exeter and the idea of him leaving Sandy Park for anything other than the England job seems improbable. Baxter was last linked to the role back in 2017 when Jones was negotiating his first extension. There was still work to be done at Exeter then, but four years on Exeter have attained what it set out to conquer: namely two Presidency titles and the Champions Cup.

Rob Baxter
Rob Baxter

What’s more, Sweeney referenced England football boss Gareth Southgate and the need for rapport and the rebuilding of that following on from the national team’s catastrophic Euro 2016 campaign and awkward sacking of Sam Allardyce. The RFU isn’t quite in this level of distress but does referring to Southgate mean the holistic joining between staff, players, and fans are currently missing?

Paul Gustard, the former defensive coach who joined Harlequins in 2018

Another figure to have functioned under Jones is Paul Gustard, the former defensive Rugby World Cup coach. Who joined Harlequins in 2018 for a three-year stint before shifting to Benetton associate last year. Granted, he worked well under Jones as a forward’s trainer but his business at Welford Road is unfinished. Could he be swayed if the RFU comes calling? Almost surely. And indeed, he could be a sweeter flavor of the month compared to Baxter.

Gustard isn’t afraid of a test Benetton is wallowing in the United Rugby Championship. But he’s never been one to be content with his lot, and Italy is proving a steep knowledge curve. O’Shea mentioned Gustard when discussing possible candidates, and he is perhaps more available than most come summer next year.

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England Rugby World Cup team candidates

England Rugby World Cup squad will be formed in the coming weeks as the Gallagher Premiership season prepares to get happening. Who will lead the list of candidates for England’s Rugby World Cup squad? There will be several recognized players with work to do and some promising talent that might just break into Eddie Jones’ plans. There are seats up for grabs led by the exciting Henry Arundell.  Charlie Inglefield looks through each position and classifies the contenders to go alongside the probable officials.

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England Rugby World Cup team
England Rugby World Cup team

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Full-back

New Leicester signing, Anthony Watson will be frantic to get back into the England set-up. Watson’s pace and finishing aptitude would be a valuable asset for Jones if he remains injury free. Freddie Steward is deservedly the obligatory but Watson’s versatility in the back three would be a major asset to England’s Rugby World Cup squad. Anthony Watson to pass Northampton’s George Furbank as England’s cover at full-back.

Wings

Rather like Watson, Jonny May will hope to be injury-free this period and needs a strong start to the season with Gloucester. At his best, he is still England’s premier winger with his pace and final ability. Joe Cokanasiga was released for the second Test against Australia and needs to increase his work rate if he is to make the squad. Henry Arundell is a delightful talent and he is among the contenders for England’s 2023 Rugby World Cup squad. Arundell could be a bolter like Ruaridh McConnochie was in the 2019 Rugby World Cup team. The big view for England over the next twelve months.

enters

The most stimulating position in England’s team right now. They miss Manu Tuilagi and everyone will be hoping that the Sale man gets through the season without a wound. If he is fit then he should twitch alongside Henry Slade, with Marcus Smith at fly-half. Slade is by no means certain and must step up over the next few months.

The combination of Marcus Smith and Owen Farrell remains a work in development. It is an all too familiar scenario that Eddie Jones had with George Ford and Owen Farrell. Farrell was spinal to his pugnacious best down under but can he get England’s backline drone? 1 has to go. Marcus Smith or Owen Farrell if Tuilagi is fit. If not, then Jones will likely persist with the Farrell and Smith company.

Manu Tuilagi
Manu Tuilagi

However, who finishes the line-up at number 13? Joe Marchant has been consistent but was released after the first test against the Wallabies. Gary Porter writhed with his defense in the third test against Australia. Rather like David Beckham’s metatarsal in 2002, England rugby World Cup fans should be requesting that Tuilagi gets through in 2023.

Fly-Half

Marcus Smith. Jones must persevere with the Harlequins pivot. Smith’s star waned slightly in Australia after a long period but he can direct England over the next ten years. George Ford could come into the equation as long as he recovers from Achilles’ damage in time. As per the quarrel in the centers, the change between Owen Farrell and Marcus Smith needs a lot of work but Jones will persist with it.

Scrum-Half

Ben Youngs is now behind the man of tour Jack van Poortvliet and such is the increase of van Poortvliet this may well be the beginning of the end for the Leicester and England fable. Youngs has to start the period off with a bang and hope that Eddie Jones wants to utilize his knowledge. Danny Care had the ignominy of being hooked early in the third test against the Wallabies and must be on the outside with Jones.

Raffi Quirke must come into reflection if he regains his fitness at Sale. He is a world-class scrum-half in the making and could be the holdup to Jack van Poortvliet. To Know more about England Vs Argentina Tickets click here.

Ben Youngs
Ben Youngs

Props

Ellis Genge, Kyle Sinckler, and Will Stuart are certs to go leaving three more spots available. Joe Heyes capped a strong season for the Tigers by receiving his chance in Australia. Mako Vunipola is back and is likely to join his brother in France. This spells bad news for Joe Marler who is now perhaps behind Sale’s rapidly improving Bevan Rodd.

Hookers

Jamie George and Luke Cowan-Dickie are a shoo-in to the Rugby World Cup team which leaves three likely candidates fighting for the last spot. Newcastle’s Jamie Blamire is a great prospect but needs to start more frequently at Newcastle. Leicester’s Nic Dolly is recovering from a thoughtful knee injury and will hope to get back as soon as likely. Harlequins’ captain Jack Walker showed up well on the summer tour to Australia and his experience of captaining his club may just keep Eddie Jones absorbed. Walker to shade Blamire on the list of candidates for England’s Rugby World Cup squad.

Locks

Maro Itoje and Courtney Lawes are amongst the first names on the team sheet. But it is their versatility that opens up a few more candidates for the second row. Bath’s Charlie Ewels is a major doubt with an ACL injury and was struggling to break through for England before his damage. Therefore, Joe Launchbury and Nick Iswieke could be opposing for one remaining spot. Because the other must be reserved for Ollie Chessum, who underscored his massive potential in Australia.

Iswieke is such a gifted athlete but has not made the most of his chances playing for England. If he can break through on the international phase then England will benefit greatly. For his complete potential, he just shades it over Launchbury.

Nick Isiekwe
Nick Isiekwe

Backrow

Tom Curry is nailed on with Billy Vunipola and Sam Underhill pretty close to connecting him in France. However, there is a long list of Rugby World Cup squad candidates behind them. Perhaps the most contentious will be whether Alex Dombrandt and Sam Simmonds both go. We all know how gifted they are but with ‘Big’ Billy reviving his England form, it is likely only one will cut. The versatility of Maro Itoje, Ollie Chessum, and Courtney Lawes further confuses the balance of the back row.

Then there is Lewis Ludlam and Wasp Jack Willis. Ludlam should get one of the spinal row places as his physical lateral appeals to Jones and the way England plays. Jack Willis and Sam Simmonds may be the unlucky ones to miss out.

What do you think who else may make the list of candidates for England’s 2023 Rugby World Cup team?

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