Eddie Jones says England will not fall for Argentina mind games

Eddie Jones insists England are too wise to be outwitted with Argentina’s claim that his negative play rugby.
Pumas hooker Agustin Creevy created the quip ahead of their Pool C showdown in the Tokyo Stadium, in which success will see England progress to the quarter-finals of this tournament.
Jones recalls the 1991 World Cup final when the team of Will Carling withdrew in favour of a much more expansive game after being taunted.
“It is the older two-card suggestion, another one of these amazing old coaches, Bob Dwyer at 1991, threw out that one and there was a reply then from the England side,” Jones stated.
“Maybe if they hadn’t played like that they would have two World Cups on their sleeves. There are several unique ways to play with the game.
“I provide a book and you also think it’s fascinating, I donate it to someone else and he believes it’s rubbish, so what is right? Nothing is suitable.
“Find a way to play the sport effectively – that’s the terrific thing about our sport. We all know what we’re good at.”
Wing Jack Nowell and mako Vunipola are all set to make their own Japan 2019 debuts off the seat against Argentina getting recovered from hamstring and ankle injuries.
Vunipola has played just 17 minutes of rugby since May 11 after his comeback against Ireland during the warm-up Tests was aborted because of damaged scar tissues, but he is now ready to connect his brother Billy in the pack.
“Mako, at his finest, is most likely the very best loosehead in the world and also to possess the calmness that he attracts,” Jones added.
“He’s a senior counselor for our team. We’ve got a team that was young and Mako has that calmness.
“You have always got two brothers from Mako and Billy and a little more volatile, the other is somewhat more settled, so Mako was always up in the front with all the parents and Billy had been at the back, crying.
“Billy is great for us since he has got that fire and temperament and you would like that out of your number eight.
“You consider the history of this World Cups and they have always been won by large number eights.”

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