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TOKYO: England’s Rugby World Cup campaign effectively begins on Saturday (Oct 5) as, after the phoney war of two easy pool games and nine days’ rest, they face Argentina in what they hope and expect to be the first of five increasingly difficult matches.
Coach Eddie Jones could not hide his delight in reaching this point of the tournament with bonus-point wins over Tonga and the United States under his belt and, remarkably a full, healthy squad of 31 to choose from.
No more quick turnarounds, no more juggling of resources – just a series of tests each weekend against tier-one nations. Victory over the Pumas, followed by another against France, will secure top spot in Pool C and a probable quarter-final with Australia.
Victory there should bring up a New Zealand semi-final and, and then, should they clear that considerable hurdle, a final against whoever emerges from the other half of the draw.
Unsurprisingly, Jones was dism
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