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Rugby World Cup: England coach Eddie Jones relishing Tonga opener

BBC News Saturday, 21 September 2019
England start their World Cup campaign keen to improve on the disappointments of the last two tournaments as they take on Tonga on Sunday.
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An in-depth preview of England's Rugby World Cup match against Group C minnows USA. Eddie Jones has rung the changes for their second match of the tournament, but will still expect an improved display after their laboured win over Tonga.

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