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  • 16 May 2019
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    investigation into the 2012 team found that their appalling comments were not
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    recruits on the womens team and included lewd comments about them. Members of
    the mens team called it their scouting report and circulated it online.Athletics
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    Ken Appleby made 32 saves for his first shutout of the season to lead the Oshawa
    Generals to a 2-0 win over the Belleville Bulls on Wednesday in Ontario Hockey
    League action.Eddie Jones joined Will Greenwood and Alex Payne in the Sky Sports
    studio on Friday night to look ahead to Englands Old Mutual Wealth Series.
    England, who have won all nine Tests under the guidance of Jones, face South
    Africa at Twickenham on Saturday followed by fixtures against Fiji, Argentina
    and Australia.The England coach spoke about Englands preparations for the autumn
    internationals, his team selection for the Springboks, the Lions chances in New
    Zealand and also answered some viewers questions. Jones on Englands
    preparationWe have had a great two weeks. We had a week in Portugal and got some
    really good work done on and off the field. Weve got quite a new squad; were
    missing around 10 players from our top 30. England were put through their paces
    in Portugal Weve had to integrate the new players, get them used to playing the
    England way, get them thinking the way we want them to think. Portugal was
    really useful and then we came back to Pennyhill Park to sharpen the axe.Its
    important that guys get together and socialise, but a lot of it is the tactical
    part, understanding how we want to play. The other part is the cultural part,
    which the players are leading themselves and are working on at the moment.Jones
    on team selection for South Africa England v South Africa: Key battles We look
    at the key areas where Saturdays Test will be won or lost The great thing about
    being the England coach is each selection gets harder and harder. Thats the way
    it should be. Weve got a number of good players competing for a number of spots.
    Look at the guys we had to send away on Tuesday, such as Henry Slade and Roko
    (Semesa Rokoduguni), who has been the form winger in the Premiership. Were
    getting a nice competitive environment. England vs South Africa November 12,
    2016, 2:00pm Live on Get Sky Sports Get a Sky Sports pass Watch NOW TV Watch Sky
    Sports for just £6.99. No contract. Why did I not select Rokoduguni? Its horses
    for courses. Weve tried to pick the side that can beat South Africa. Playing
    against South Africa is completely different compared to playing Argentina,
    Australia or Fiji. Weve tried to pick the guys who can cope with the South
    African game. Further down the track other guys will come into it.Jones on Tom
    Woods recallHe has gone back to club rugby and become much more impactful in his
    tackling and carries. He has always been a good work-rate player. He has good
    lineout skills and can really fill those big shoes of James Haskell. Tom Wood
    returns to the England back row on Saturday Ive been impressed by the way he has
    come back into the team. He has got on with it, worked really hard and become
    more influential as the couple of weeks went on.Jones on South AfricaWith the
    South Africans its all going to come down route one initially. Theyll try to
    gain momentum with their big ball-carriers and thhey play off the back of
    that.dddddddddddd Pat Lambie is a smart player at 10, he likes to put the ball
    in behind. South Africa are unbeaten in their last 12 Tests against England,
    including a 31-28 victory in 2014 Test match rugby always comes down to set
    piece. The scrum and lineout are going to be super important and what happens on
    those phases after that. Our job is to make sure we minimise how they win the
    ball at the set piece and then close them down on that first and second phase.
    We have been working hard on that.South Africa have got a very tall lineout.
    Theyve three locks playing, which creates opportunities in other areas. Weve got
    one of the smartest lineout coaches in the world. No-one carries a laptop around
    more than Steve Borthwick. Courtney Lawes, Joe Launchbury, Tom Wood and Chris
    Robshaw are well educated on what we need to do at the lineout.Jones on Ireland
    beating New Zealand Ireland defeated New Zealand for the first time in 111 years
    Ireland were very smart. They kept the game structured, played to their
    strengths. New Zealand picked a complacent side, whether that was through
    injuries or they thought they get away without playing any locks, and they got
    caught with their pants down.How good are the All Blacks? To win 18 Tests in a
    row youve got to be pretty good. But like any team, if you can find ways of
    putting pressure on them and on individuals, you can turn a game around.Jones on
    the Lions chances in New Zealand Warren Gatland will attempt to lead the Lions
    to victory over his native New Zealand I think they have a fantastic chance.
    Look at the four countries, youre going to get a strong team together - and
    England is going to be the base of that team. I hope Warren is watching for some
    selection advice! There is a team capable of beating New Zealand because they
    can put pressure on areas where New Zealand arent particularly strong in.How
    would you approach the game? Youve got to keep the game structured. New Zealand
    want to play unstructured rugby. Every kid plays sevens, you go down there and
    everyone is out throwing the ball around, sidestepping and throwing long passes.
    Youve almost got to bore them to death, which is what Ireland did. Keep the ball
    tight, put the ball in the air and contest, dont allow them too much space.
    Ireland did that brilliantly.Watch England v South Africa live on Sky Sports
    1 HD on Saturday from 2pm. Catch all four of Englands Old Mutual Wealth Series
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