Eddie Jones calls four uncapped players for Autumn International at Twickenham – Marseille News

England welcome Tonga to Twickenham for their autumn international fixtures this weekend.

Eddie Jones will be hoping that his side can deliver a performance that will boost morale for them in the first three games in the coming weeks.

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Eddie Jones will have high hopes before Saturday’s match

Tonga started their campaign on Saturday and lost 60-14 to Scotland at Murrayfield, with Kyle Steyn making four attempts for the Scots.

With Australia and South Africa to follow for England, the hope will be that they can start the series of games as best they can.

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The shock of the Autumn International Series will take place on Saturday 6 November at the Principality Stadium in Cardiff.

Kick-off is set at 3.15 pm.

talkSPORT 2 will provide live commentary from Andrew McKenna, Ben Kay and Rachel Burford.

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Maro Etoje in line for his 50th Test against Tonga England vs Tonga: Team News

Eddie Jones’s England squad for the Fall International Series.

Attackers Angles: Jamie Blamire, Callum Chick, Luke Cowan-Dickie, Tom Curry, Trevor Davison, Nick Dolly, Alex Dombrandt, Charlie Ewells, Alice Ganz, Johnny Hill, Maro Etoje, Courtney Lodge, Lewis Ludlam, Joe Marler, George Martin, Sam Simmonds, Kyle Sinkler, Will Stuart, Sam Underhill,

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Southeastern Angles: Mark Atkinson, Owen Farrell, Tommy Freeman, George Furbank, Max Malins, Johnny May, Rafi Quirke, Adam Redwan, Harry Randall, Henry Slade, Marcus Smith, Freddie Steward, Manu Tuilagi, Anthony Watson, Ben Youngs.

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Eddie Jones feels confident ahead of Tonga match England vs Tonga: What has been said?

England coach Eddie Jones said: “They are a young but very good and talented team that has given everyone a place. This is one of the most competitive teams I’ve ever chosen.

“There are many disappointed players who were not selected but they know what to do and no doors are closed for any player.

“We are looking forward to three tough Test matches. Tonga still play a strong and physical game and Australia and South Africa have been together for a long time and it will be a good challenge for us.

“Our goal will be to get better and better every week as we prepare for the Rugby World Cup in 2023.”

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