Rugby World Cup 2019: Fit-again prop Mako Vunipola gives England huge boost

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England prop Mako Vunipola's return from three months on the sidelines is a timely boost for Eddie Jones.

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England prop Mako Vunipola’s return from three months on the sidelines is a timely boost for Eddie Jones.

England’s Rugby World Cup prospects have received a timely boost with Mako Vunipola, their highly-regarded prop, declaring himself fit and ready for action after three months on the sidelines with a ripped hamstring.

The Saracens loosehead is in the mix for Saturday’s (Sunday NZT) third warm-up game against Ireland at Twickenham and has pledged to “make the most of every day and to take nothing for granted”, after a series of injuries and setbacks have made him appreciate being back playing once again.

Vunipola is one of England’s clutch of world-class players and his presence is sure to reinforce resources as they head towards Japan.

Vunipola trudged off the pitch before half-time at St James’ Park in May in the final of the Champions Cup against Leinster and has not featured since, spending a fortnight immobilised in bed before taking on a long-haul flight to Tonga to perform best man duties at the wedding of brother, Billy.

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“I was in a wheelchair in transit at Los Angeles and some poor lady had to push me through the airport, which was the biggest I’d ever been through,” said Vunipola, who admitted that he had piled on a few kilos during his bed-bound shift.

“It was ideal because it gave me an excus

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