England Rugby team is set to face off South Africa in the
2019 Rugby World Cup finals on Saturday at the Yokohama International Stadium.
The South Africans edged out Wales on Sunday, booking a
Rugby World Cup final meeting with England as a Handre Pollard penalty with
four minutes remaining sealed the 19-16 victory.
But how is England going to deal with the likes of Faf de
Klerk, who sparked South Africa’s squad in both the attack and defense.
South Africa players celebrate after 19-16 victory against Wales on Sunday. Image|Courtesy
According to BBC Sports, England head coach Eddie Jones and
his squad areready to produce their finest hour after naming an unchanged team
for Saturday clash.
Captain Owen Farrell, leading try-scorer Jonny May and prop
Kyle Sinckler are fit to play after picking knocks from the semi-final win over
the All Blacks.
Farrell will stay at inside-center with George Ford once
again picked at fly-half, while scrum-half Ben Spencer is on the bench after
flying out last weekend as emergency cover following an injury to Willi Heinz.
Jones said even if South Africa will play better, they have
no fear but confident to earn the match.
“We know South Africa are going to come at us, and
we’re going to come at them even harder. I’ve got no doubt that they’ll play
better, but we’ll play better – we will play with no fear. We’re ready to go.
Hang on to your seats, because it’s the last dip of the rollercoaster,” he
According to captain Farrell, the match will be a brilliant occasion
for everyone, but called on his squad to be ready both physically and
England captain Owen Farrell believes Saturday’s #RWC2019 Final will be a ‘brilliant occasion’ for everyone involved, but admits his team will need to be ready emotionally as well as physically. pic.twitter.com/MtLr8YWSpt
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