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Bagshot – Gloucester scrumhalfWilli Heinzwas handed a chance to force his way intoEngland’sWorld Cup squad after being given a Test debut in the starting side to play Wales at Twickenham on Sunday.
The 32-year-old Heinz, born in Christchurch, New Zealand, has also been selected as vice-captain for this weekend’s match against Grand Slam champions Wales, a fixture that takes place just a day before coach Eddie Jones names his 31-man World Cup squad for Japan 2019.
Flyhalf George Ford will captain the team in the first of England’s four World Cup warm-up matches.
“Willi has earned the opportunity, he’s been good with Gloucester and he deserves this chance,” England attack coach Scott Wisemantel told reporters at the squad’s training base outside in Bagshot, after Jones named his team on Friday.
“We’ve got a good pool of good half-backs. He’s in that pool. We know what the others can do, let’s see what Willi can do. Willi’s quite aggressive and forceful. That’s a different profile for us.”
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