Marius van der Westhuizen REMOVED From Ireland Vs England Game

Marius van der Westhuizen REMOVED From Ireland Vs England Game

"Sometimes you get double jeopardy where you think they might do this, and they think we might do this".

The remark received a reserved reception from the audience, but Jones then turned his attentions to Wales later in the talk when explaining a story about the Japanese Under-20 side losing to Wales Under-20s.

"So Wales. Who knows Wales?" Are there any Welsh people here?

If England's Rugby Football Union are already casting about for a successor to Eddie Jones, they can forget about All Blacks coach Steve Hansen.

Jones has since "apologised unreservedly for any offence caused" after the footage came to light via Second Captains.

"I have said on a couple of occasions, if he gets the opportunity he will do a good job [with the Lions]".

Jones apologised for his comments on Wednesday evening and admitted his choice of words was inexcusable, saying he was "very sorry".

"We will we apologising to the IRFU and WRU".

As ever, the Kiwi coach was quick pile the praise on his players and most particularly their defensive effort in the period just after half-time when England threw everything at Ireland in a bid to fight back from a 21-5 deficit.

"We have to play a certain way against Ireland". Hartley missed the France game through injury and was replaced by Jamie George, who is back on the bench.

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Despite the fact that Eddie Jones had led England to championship titles in 2016 and 2017, many English rugby pundits were not convinced they were fit for a World Cup 2019 push. "They're available for selection".

"We've obviously had a bit of learning over the last few weeks but we are hungry, we are hungry to go out and perform, we're hungry to get a result".

"They haven't become a bad team overnight, but they haven't played well". "It' part of our game that we need to improve and we're working hard on the detail".

The ledger now reads 24 from 28 and things are not about to get any easier.

Kick-off on Saturday is at 16:45 SA time.

Ireland were lauded as worthy, Grand Slam champions and they are the European nation tipped to do great deeds at next year's World Cup.

Woodward believes one of the primary reasons for England's fatigue was last summer's British and Irish Lions tour to New Zealand.

He pointed out that Wales and Ireland do things differently, and considering that those two finished in the top two of the Six Nations, the former England boss may just have a point.

Jones has won all 14 Tests over which he has presided at the home of England rugby and the ground has not been stormed in the Six Nations since 2012.