At the end of the Six Nations tournament (Saturday night at 9pm) the English Federation informed XV de la Rose’s extended team to face the Blues. Tom Curry and Charlie Evals will miss the clash ahead, while Jack Willis will return to the team.
Three days after snatching victory on the Wales turf (13-9), all eyes are now on State France, where the Blues face England on Saturday (9pm) at the end of a six-nation tournament. First Grand Slam since 2010. Six days before the shock, the Confederation of England announced that Eddie Jones had selected a team of 34 players for the trip to France.
Tom Curry, the owner of the XV of the Rose against Ireland, did not appear on this extended group. The third line of sales (23) was released after a quarter-hour game against XV of Clover this Saturday, which ended in a 32-15 defeat by the English. Curry suffered a hamstring injury and at the end of the meeting, his coach announced his set.
Ewells left after a ‘historic’ exit
He was eliminated after playing 82 seconds against Ireland, apparently not out of the second-ranked Charlie Evals (23, Bath) squad, which was the fastest out in the history of the Six Nations tournament.
On the periphery of good news for the English: The return of Jack Willis. Wasps suffered a knee injury during the third row, 25, 2021 match.
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