Mako Vunipola Eddie Jones selects unchanged England side for World Cup final

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Jones said: “We know South Africa are going to come at us, and we’re going to come at them even harder. I’ve got no doubt that they’ll play better, but we’ll play better – we will play with no fear.

“We’re confident in the game we have and we’re confident in the way we’ve prepared. We’re ready to go. Hang on to your seats, because it’s the last dip of the rollercoaster.”

Saracens scrum-half Spencer only arrived in Japan this week, after missing out on initial World Cup squad selection, but the injury to Heinz has led to his last-minute call-up.

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Ben Spencer (L) and Eddie Jones (Credit: Getty Images)

On his inclusion, Spencer said: “I was just at home, feeding the kids, then got the phone call on Saturday afternoon, was on a flight Sunday morning, and arrived Monday morning.

“The kids are a bit too young to understand, but my partner was thrilled. They actually got here [to Japan] this morning. It’s an exciting week for all of us.”

Head coach Jones has urged his players to improve from their impressive 19-7 win over the All Blacks, with the Springboks offering a very different game to the one posed by Steve Hansen’s side.

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