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TOKYO, Japan (Reuters) - England coach Eddie Jones has long asserted that 21st century rugby is a 23-man game and the battle between his eight "finishers" and South Africa's "Bomb Squad" bench could have a big influence on Saturday's Rugby World Cup final.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Eddie Jones says England are bracing themselves for a massive physical assault from South Africa in Saturday's World Cup final but added that he expected the odd twist too from the Springboks after they won a turgid semi-final against Wales on Sunday.
TOKYO (Reuters) - England's players woke up in their Tokyo Disneyland hotel on Sunday and recognised their amazing 19-7 semi-final victory over New Zealand was no fairy-tale but a performance based on meticulous preparation and superb execution.
SEOUL, South Korea (AFP): South Korea's Tottenham Hotspur star Son Heung-min said the historic World Cup qualifier in Pyongyang was a "very aggressive" match that made him fear injuries, with North Korean players even swearing at him and his teammates.
OITA, Japan (Reuters) - Jonny May will win his 50th cap when England play Australia in Saturday's quarter-final, but things might have turned out differently if he had not stayed sober on the last weekend of the team's tour of Argentina in 2013.
LONDON (Reuters) - A row between the wives of two top English soccer players has gone viral after one accused the other of leaking stories about her to a tabloid newspaper.
TOKYO (Reuters) - England will give everything they have to match Argentina's physicality in their World Cup clash on Saturday but they also plan to show something of a stiff upper lip in the face of what they expect to be a fiery and emotional Puma side.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Argentina are feeding off the emotion of what they know will be a monumental challenge against England on Saturday and are determined to express themselves despite the quality of the opposition and their own World Cup hopes being on the line.
TOKYO (Reuters) - During a bizarre news conference in Tokyo on Monday, England prop Joe Marler took it upon himself to make sure the visiting journalists were familiar with Japan's bathing etiquette.
PARIS (Reuters) - The best keeper in the world will be awarded the 'Yachine' trophy, named after former Soviet keeper Lev Yashin, during the Ballon d’Or ceremony, organisers France Football magazine said on Thursday.