Eddie Jones repeated the mantra “no fear” as he lit the fuse for the final of a World Cup he does not want to end.
England will entrust twin playmakers George Ford and Owen Farrell with the task of masterminding victory over South Africa after naming an unchanged side for the World Cup final.
Eddie Jones has hit back at Warren Gatland after the Wales coach questioned whether England have played their World Cup final a game early by overwhelming New Zealand.
Ford says that England’s 2015 World Cup flop was discussed “at length” before their assault on global glory in Japan.
England produced one of their greatest-ever displays to storm into the World Cup final with a 19-7 victory over New Zealand that reduced the reigning champions to a rabble.
England clash with New Zealand in Saturday’s World Cup semi-final at International Stadium Yokohama in their biggest game since the 2007 global final.
George Ford has urged his England team-mates to embrace the pressure of Saturday’s World Cup semi-final against New Zealand.
Eddie Jones has likened England’s World Cup semi-final against New Zealand in Yokohama on Saturday to a heavyweight boxing fight, declaring: “We are ready to go.”
George Ford has been restored at fly-half for England’s World Cup semi-final against New Zealand at International Stadium Yokohama on Saturday.
England have dropped George Ford in order to beef up their midfield in expectation of a Samu Kerevi-led assault from Australia when the rivals clash in Saturday’s World Cup quarter-final.
England fly-half George Ford believes Japan can advance deeper into the World Cup if they maintain the stunning form shown in progressing to the knockout phase.
George Ford insists England have finally buried the memory of their dismal World Cup performance four years ago after claiming a quarter-final place in Japan.
Eddie Jones declared “hang on to your seats” as he lit the fuse for England’s pivotal World Cup group clash with Argentina on Saturday.
England will enter their crucial World Cup clash with Argentina boosted by the return of Mako Vunipola and Jack Nowell from the bench.
Ireland and England have stepped up preparations for their next Rugby World Cup games in Japan.
George Ford says England aim to be “whiter than white” when observing the offside line in the hope of escaping the type of penalty that could ruin their World Cup.
Eddie Jones insists England are ready to be dragged out of their comfort zone when they seek to build World Cup momentum against the USA on Thursday.
George Ford has warned England they must complete the grinding down process before looking to build a score against the USA in Thursday’s World Cup clash.
England’s arrival into the setting that made ‘The Brighton Miracle’ possible has stirred Steve Borthwick’s memory of how a successful World Cup can inspire a nation.