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England are one win away from booking their place in the Rugby World Cup quarter-finals, but they will need to make sure there are no slip-ups against Argentina when they meet on Saturday.
Eddie Jones’s side will be guaranteed a place in the last eight in Japan so long as they defeat the Pumas at Tokyo Stadium, given that Argentina have already come unstuck against France earlier in the tournament.
If England can secure a third consecutive win at this year’s World Cup, they will know that next weekend’s final pool game against France will be to decide who finishes where in the top two of the group, with Argentina packing their bags and heading home.
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But defeat would leave England exposed to a second pool-stage exit in a row if they were then to lose to France, which explains why Jones has selected his strongest squad possible for the match.
If England win and France beat the Tonga on Sunday as they are expected to do so, Argentina will be heading home at the pool stage for the first time in 16 years at a World Cup.
Here’s everything you need to know about the match.
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