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'We'll see where the wine spills' - Jones to name England World Cup squad on Monday

BBC News Sunday, 11 August 2019
England coach Eddie Jones jokes he will use "red wine" and "advice from his dog" to pick his World Cup squad, to be announced on Monday.
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