Mako Vunipola England boss Eddie Jones responds to Argentina taunts ahead of Rugby World Cup 2019 match

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Eddie Jones insists England are too smart to be outwitted by scheming Argentina’s claim that his World Cup contenders play boring rugby.

Pumas talisman Agustin Creevy levelled the accusation earlier in the week to ignite hostilities ahead of the crunch Pool C showdown at Tokyo Stadium where victory will propel England into the knockout phase.

Jones recalls the 1991 World Cup final when Will Carling’s team deviated from their forward-based strength in favour of a more expansive game after being taunted by Australia, who went on to triumph 12-6 at Twickenham.

“It’s the old two-card trick, another one of those great old coaches, Bob Dwyer in 1991, threw that one out and there was a response then from the England side,” Jones said.

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Jones has hit back at the taunts from Argentina

“Maybe if they hadn’t played like that they would have two World Cups on their sleeves. There are many different ways to play the game.

“I give you a book and you think it is interesting, I give it to someone else and he thinks it is rubbish, so what is right? Nothing is right.

“Find a way to play the game effectively – that is the great thing about our game. We know what we’re good at.”

England are now five matches away from winning the World Cup and enter the first real test of their title credentials at full strength with marauding prop Mako Vunipola and tackle-busting wing Jack Nowell ready to make their Japan 2019 debuts.

Vunipola and Nowell missed the Pool C victories over Tonga and USA

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