England have recently announced the rugby squad who will be battling in the Guinness Six Nations Championship this February and March
Head coach Eddie Jones has just named the 35 men chosen for the rugby squad as they begin preparations to play in the upcoming Guinness Six Nations Championship, with February being a big month for the England squad with the following forthcoming games:
Ireland v England | Saturday 2nd February, Aviva Stadium, Ireland
The first game beginning on Saturday 2nd February where they will go to the home ground of rivals Ireland at the Aviva Stadium to kick start the fixtures
Eddie has brought back Mako Vunipola (Saracens), Ellis Genge (Leicester Tigers), Joe Launchbury (Wasps) and Billy Vunipola (Saracens) back after being injured in the last season for the South Africa Tour. Great news for Ollie Thorley who plays for Gloucester Rugby who has been called to join the squad for the first time and has been named as an uncapped player.
Unfortunately due to an injury co-captain Dylan Hartley has not been included in the squad, however, Owen Farrell will captain the squad in his absence. In the meantime, the squad is set to travel to Portugal to prepare for the intense line-up of rugby fixtures.
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