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Eddie Jones: England will play with no fear in Rugby World Cup final

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Eddie Jones: England will play with no fear in Rugby World Cup final

Eddie Jones: England will play with no fear in Rugby World Cup final

Eddie Jones repeated the mantra “no fear” as he lit the fuse for the final of a World Cup he does not want to end.

England and South Africa meet at International Stadium Yokohama on Saturday in a heavyweight collision that is a repeat of the 2007 showpiece when the Springboks emerged controversial winners.


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