Eddie Jones: England nonetheless pushed to avenge 2019 Rugby World Cup defeat by South Africa | Rugby Union Information


Eddie Jones’ England facet for Saturday nonetheless retains 9 survivors from the 32-12 mauling by the Springboks in Yokohama; South Africa go to Twickenham for the ultimate match of the autumn on Saturday

Final Up to date: 25/11/22 6:54pm

Eddie Jones believes that his players will be looking for revenge when they face the Springboks on Saturday.

Eddie Jones believes that his gamers can be in search of revenge once they face the Springboks on Saturday.

Eddie Jones insists that even three years on England are pushed by the necessity to avenge their 2019 World Cup remaining defeat by South Africa.

The nations conflict at Twickenham in Saturday’s climax to the autumn with England retaining 9 survivors from the 32-12 mauling by the Springboks in Yokohama.

Regardless of a 27-26 victory in final yr’s rematch, Jones remains to be haunted by the reminiscence of his crew failing to fireside a shot towards the Springboks and believes the gamers concerned that day are additionally hurting.

England's Sam Simmonds expects a power game when they come up against world champions South Africa at Twickenham on Saturday.

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England’s Sam Simmonds expects an influence recreation once they come up towards world champions South Africa at Twickenham on Saturday.

England’s Sam Simmonds expects an influence recreation once they come up towards world champions South Africa at Twickenham on Saturday.

“You always remember that second once you’re standing on the sphere and also you see the opposition getting their gold medals,” Jones mentioned.

“You hear the group going loopy and also you’re standing there like a spectator. All of the work you have executed over an extended time period means nothing to you at that time limit.

“That by no means leaves you and there’ll all the time be one thing within the gamers who performed in that recreation.

“You may by no means change the end result, however you possibly can change the sensation you may have and that is the chance for a variety of our gamers this weekend.”

Manu Tuilagi is among the many 9 who confronted South Africa in 2019 and, whereas he made his debut 11 years in the past, it has taken till Saturday’s conflict to succeed in the 50-cap milestone.

The harmful 31-year-old Sale centre has been troubled by a succession of serious accidents, together with the torn hamstring that pressured him off shortly after working in a attempt in the identical fixture a yr in the past.

But, throughout this Autumn Nations Collection, he has been capable of string collectively three matches in a row to supply hope that he can be concerned in subsequent yr’s World Cup.

Eddie Jones heaps praise on Manu Tuilagi ahead of his 50th cap for England and says his players need to make a fast start when they take on South Africa at Twickenham on Saturday.

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Eddie Jones heaps reward on Manu Tuilagi forward of his fiftieth cap for England and says his gamers have to make a quick begin once they tackle South Africa at Twickenham on Saturday.

Eddie Jones heaps reward on Manu Tuilagi forward of his fiftieth cap for England and says his gamers have to make a quick begin once they tackle South Africa at Twickenham on Saturday.

“It isn’t that Manu wasn’t diligent earlier than, however now he is rather more deliberate about what’s good for his physique and what’s not,” Jones mentioned.

“On one event, on his time without work, he went and performed golf and, for some purpose, the golf swing aggravated a part of his again.

“He is like that one-mile sprinter racehorse – his muscle tissues are finely tuned and, if they’re a bit bit off, he can have issues.”

Whereas Tuilagi is now considered as one of the crucial influential gamers within the recreation, the Lions centre confronted deportation again to Samoa due to visa points in 2010, one yr after making his debut for Leicester.

“After I first noticed him play for the primary crew towards South Africa, he was 17 and bowling folks over so that you knew he was going to be a particular expertise due to what he may do at that age,” former Tigers director of rugby Richard
Cockerill mentioned.

“Then I discovered he did not have a visa and might need to go dwelling – that was a slight concern. I used to be requested ‘why aren’t you selecting him?’ ‘Not likely certain I can inform you…’.

“We needed to go to the union after which we received good backing from the Authorities and that received him the place he’s right now. He may have been taking part in for Samoa.

“Again then he was so uncooked, so aggressive, however the factor with Manu is that he is a very clever rugby participant. He understands the sport rather well. He’s a really fast learner and that is why he is been so good.”



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