Eddie Jones ready to ‘see how big the gap is’ against Wales

Doug Mendoza
February 13, 2019

A further user wrote: "Wow, hat-trick for Jonny May".

England's Jonny May celebrates scoring is team's first try of the game at Twickenham.

The French were beaten 44-8 by England at Twickenham on Sunday and have lost both of their matches in this year's competition.

Farrell added the extras to give England a 30-8 half-time lead at Twickenham.

"You're playing against a tough, physical team". Even though we didn't score as many points, our focus and our discipline to keep France scoreless was outstanding.

Hartley will be back in the squad as soon as he's full recovered from his injury, which I've heard might take a bit longer than it was initially expected to, and I'm not denigrating his leadership skills at all but he's the third choice hooker for me at the moment.

England head coach Eddie Jones.

Jones could not resist immediately starting the mind games last night with his barbed reference.

And the half ended with outside centre Henry Slade crossing for England's fourth try to leave them in complete command at 30-8.

"I remember the comments", Jones told reporters.

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"So how can I argue with the commentary?"

But there was no doubting Wilson's contribution this time - the blindside led England in tackles (23), tackle assists (7), own ruck arrivals (33) and clear-outs (19).

"Because of the history of the two countries and the history of rugby between the two countries - it's special". If you carry on doing the same things, you'll carry on getting the same results.

England top the standings with 10 points from two bonus-point wins, with Wales - who they face next in Cardiff - on eight after their two opening victories.

And he has no doubt it was the right selection path to follow, having taken 31 players on last week's training camp in Nice at the start of World Cup year.

The All Blacks moved that tactic up a notch using Damian McKenzie and Beauden Barrett as twin threats either side of the ruck in Europe on the end of year campaign while England have gone to new levels in the Six Nations.

While the hosts' kicks were chased by hungry backs, France's were purely defensive, and Brunel's side were nearly always on the back foot. He does that pretty well.

"Today we have not made our intensity and we need to work hard to come back for Scotland in the next game", Guirado said.

He tweeted: "No one is above criticism and I certainly am not".

Meanwhile, Jones hopes to have lock Maro Itoje fit for Cardiff, but is less sure about co-captain Dylan Hartley being ready in time.

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