- All Blacks visit Twickenham next Saturday
- Jones’s side enjoyed 52-13 win over Japan
Eddie Jones has challenged England to rewrite history next Saturday by beating New Zealand at Twickenham for the first time in a decade, insisting that downing the All Blacks is not “Mission: Impossible”.
Jones’s side kick-started their autumn campaign with a dominant 52-13 victory over Japan, running in seven tries in a performance far improved from the defeat by Argentina six days earlier. Next up are New Zealand, against whom Jones led his side to victory in the 2019 World Cup semi-final and to a one-point defeat in 2018 in his two meetings as England head coach.
Written by Gerard Meagher at Twickenham
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