- Victors on Saturday will have a chance of overhauling France
- ‘It’s just about playing what we’ve got in front of us,’ says wing
Jack Nowell has called on England to play “brave” rugby against Ireland at Twickenham on Saturday as they aim to stay in the race for the Six Nations title. The penultimate round is in effect an eliminator for both teams after England lost their opener against Scotland and Ireland were beaten by France in round two.
Crossing the try-line is a priority for the two sides that retain realistic hope of overhauling Les Bleus, the grand slam-hunting championship leaders who have three wins out of three.
Written by Luke McLaughlin
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