Mako Vunipola England v South Africa: Eddie Jones names his team for Rugby World Cup final

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Eddie Jones has named his 23-man squad to contest the Rugby World Cup final.

The starting XV is unchanged from the side that defeated the All Blacks in last weekend’s semifinal with captain Owen Farrell again starting outside first-five eighth George Ford.

Missing from England’s final squad is Kiwi-born halfback and former Crusader Willi Heinz. He was ruled out of the tournament after suffering a hamstring injury in England’s 19-7 semifinal victory over the All Blacks.

Mako Vunipola Eddie Jones has named his England side to take on South Africa in the Rugby World Cup final.

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Eddie Jones has named his England side to take on South Africa in the Rugby World Cup final.

Heinz’s replacement, Ben Spencer – who only travelled to Japan this week – comes onto the bench and is the only change to Jones’ 23-man squad for the final.

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England and South Africa will clash for global rugby supremacy at Yokohama on Saturday night.

Tighthead prop Kyle Sinckler (calf muscle) and left-wing Jonny May (hamstring) have overcome injury scares to be named in the England starting side.

Jones has described the week leading into the

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