Rugby – England Vs Australia: Manu Tuilagi Set To Make A Comeback
England center Manu Tuilagi is set to make his long foreseen Test return in the wake of being named on the seat to confront Australia at Twickenham on Saturday.
The last time Tuilagi played for England was back in in March 2016 against Wales as a 63rd-minute substitution.
Moreover, Owen Farrell begins at fly-half with Henry Slade & Ben Te’o and the centers, and Jamie George is picked in front of co-skipper Dylan Hartley at hooker.
Shower’s Joe Cokanasiga is on the wing instead of the harmed Jack Nowell.
Australia number eight David Pocock is fit to begin subsequent to recouping from neck damage as the Wallabies roll out five improvements from the side that won 26-7 in Italy.
Be that as it may, mentor Michael Chieka recommended the 30-year-old remains an uncertainty.
Jones says his inclination for George beginning the match before offering approach to Hartley off the seat depends on the resistance.
England vs Australia: Eddie Jones puts his faith in brute power as he delights at Manu Tuilagi’s return: He has played just 17 minutes of international rugby in more than four years, but on Saturday Tuilagi begins his push to make the 2019 Rugby Wo.. : https://t.co/aAsHEKE8fN
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Manu Tuilagi set for first appearance since March 2016 for England vs Australia : Dylan Hartley has been left out of England starting XV for the autumn finale against Australia on Saturday – with Owen Farrell leading the home.. https://t.co/QqPd6BvQXm pic.twitter.com/x0a79fsPRk
— Daily Betting Offers (@dbofbb) November 22, 2018
(Pleasantly) surprised to see @J_cokanasiga in the team. Thought there’d be a temptation to go back to the “old guard” for Australia. Here’s hoping he grabs the chance with the big game. He can do it that’s for sure!
— NeilM (@NM_Rdg) November 22, 2018
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