By George Stephens •
Published: 31 Oct 2019 • 10:19
In case you hadn’t noticed England Rugby team are through to the World Cup Final on Saturday.
Sports bars across Spain will be filled to the doors for an early start on Saturday as ex pats cheer on their home nation which is set to be an epic final against South Africa.
England head coach Eddie Jones has named an unchanged starting 15 for Saturday Rugby that shall take place in Yokohama.
There is only only change to the 23-man squad which comes among the replacements as Saracens scrum-half Ben Spencer – who only arrived in Japan this week – replaces the injured Heinz who will sadly miss out.
The average age of the England 15 chosen by Head coach Jones is 27 years and 60 days, thus setting a record making it the youngest team to start a Rugby World Cup final in the professional era of the game.
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