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Willi Heinz will make his England debut against Wales on Sunday and is also installed as vice-captain despite his lack of Test experience.
England hooker Jamie George had previously said that he has spoken to England ODI cricket captain Eoin Morgan, who comes from Dublin, about their journey from being knocked out in the pool stages of the 2015 World Cup to winners of this year’s event.
ENGLAND meet Wales in the first instalment of a double-header warm-up as the two sides prepare for the upcoming Rugby World Cup in Japan.
Earlier in the year, the Dragons claimed the Six Nations title after a six-year wait as Warren Gatland became the first ever coach to win three Grand Slams.
Wales hooker Ken Owens says he is looking forward to getting back on the field after two months’ hard training.
Warren Gatland’s team face England at Twickenham on Sunday, 11 August in the first of four warm-up matches ahead of the World Cup in Japan.
The extended squad have been together for two months and undergone intensive altitude training in Switzerland.
“We’ve had a couple of months of hard work and now we’re turning our focus to playing,” said Owens.
Speaking in Welsh at the Royal National Eisteddfod, Owens added he was “looking forward now to going into a Test match week and focussing on the rugby instead of a lot of running up and down a pitch.”
The Rugby World Cup is fast-approaching with England among the favourites to secure the trophy for the first time since 2003.
Jonny Wilkinson’s last-gasp drop goal will live forever in the memory of sports fans, and the next-gen of stars will hope to emulate the fly-half’s heroics.
Sport on TV calendar 2019: How to watch every major event on TV and live stream
The action will be spread around Japan with 48 matches in total taking place by the end of the tournament.
Fans around the world will be desperate to soak up every minute of the action from the comfort of their living rooms, but how can you tune in?
When is the Rugby World Cup 2019?
The Rugby World Cup will begin on Friday 20th September 2019 and run until the final on Saturday 2nd November.
In UK time, the majority of matches will start in the morning with most kick-off times ranging between 5:45am and 11:15am.