Owen Farrell ‘Pressure will be chasing them down the street’ – Jones says All Blacks are expected to beat England

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By Tom Fordyce

Chief sports writer in Tokyo

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Eddie Jones – There is no need to spy in training anymore
Rugby World Cup semi-final: England v New Zealand
Venue:International Stadium, YokohamaDate:Saturday, 26 OctoberKick-off:09:00 BST
Coverage:Full commentary on BBC Radio 5 Live, plus text updates on the BBC Sport website and app.

England head coach Eddie Jones says all the pressure will be on New Zealand in Saturday’s World Cup semi-final as he claimed his side’s training session on Tuesday had been spied on.

Jones said someone was spotted in an apartment overlooking their pitch but refused to say who it might have been.

“There was definitely someone in the apartment block filming, but it might have been a Japanese fan,” he said.

“We knew it from the start. It doesn’t change anything – we love it.”

The Australian, who said he “used to do it” himself but had not since 2001, joked that England had sent someone of their own to film the All Blacks’ training.

Jones was in ebullient mood as his side prepare for the biggest game of his four-year regime, happy to drop in a number of carefully judged barbs at the three-time world champions and attempt to take all the expectation away from his own team.

He said: “No-one thinks we can win. New Zealand talk about walking towards pressure – well, this week the pressure is going to be

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