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Rugby World Cup: England coach Eddie Jones says selection process is 'harsh'

BBC News Friday, 5 July 2019
England head coach Eddie Jones knows around 28 of his final 31-man World Cup group and says he will pick a squad with the "skill, desire and experience" to win.
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