AAfternoon everyone. It feels like the biggest fixer we’ll get at the entire Autumn Nations Cup and we only stay for two weeks.
England have gone as far as possible, spreading their best pack at the moment, but the main cat in the conspiracy is Oli Lawrence, the Worcester center who faces a crucial step against the Irish today after being run out against Italy and Georgia. Bundy Aki and Chris Farrell’s midfield.
The young man has fascinated Eddie Jones for the past few weeks and provides plenty of energy and speed to the channel outside the center.
The good news is that unlike last week, when Akash relied on the original Tikenham Open and England relied on them instead of widening the ball against Georgia, we should be able to see some width without handling errors.
Ireland firmly took care of Wales last Friday as they did not actually create anything extra exceptional, although a combination of Kelan Doris and James Lowe to make the final attempt at the game made a good Test debut after qualifying to be loaded in the first Irish shirt.
Both players have been pictured this year under new head coach Andy Farrell, and another new face in Scrum-Huff, Jamieson Gibson-Park, is highlighting the way Ireland are changing their game, moving away from the regional zone – I am former coach Joe. I have seen Ireland apply so well under Schmidt and are now leaning towards more dynamic players.