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  • It’s gonna be hard for farrel and co to get back into the set up imho with
    the way burns eastmond 12trees and yarde have played

  • Was definitely a 2nd string scrum, and team in general, to be fair – the
    French clubs wanted their players rested from these games as they’ve got
    the Rugby Championship coming up, didn’t want them tired before next
    season’s even begun. Also think England’s forwards were excellent though,
    full time position for Baxter, the forward coach on this tour, has to be on
    the cards.

  • Now now, pipe down jeeves, none of that here mate. We’re here to talk
    strictly rugby, otherwise I could easily say that your mother’s cunt
    received a good thrashing the other night from a well-hung Argie, the
    biggest of her life since your big ugly vacant gulliver unfortunately
    popped out of it.

  • Cannot quite believe the Argentine scrum – normally they have been more
    than formidable. Hope they get it sorted – for their sake.

  • 13 players missing to lions can u say england arnt good!? Ur prob welsh if
    u dont like england different team from 03 there good to watch. And england
    and wales r catching southern hem

  • It’s a third-string pack from the forwards right down to their number 8,
    and in general – Contepomi aside – a very understrength squad.

  • Great to see there’s now competition for spots all over the field. This was
    a second string Argentina side but it was also a developmental England
    squad, so the results are hugely promising. A few of the players here now
    have to have forced their way into Lancaster’s thinking for the Autumn. I’d
    like to see: Corbisiero/Vunipola T Youngs Cole Launchbury Parling
    Croft/Robshaw/Wood Kvesic Morgan B Youngs Burns/Farrell (prefer Burns as an
    attacking option) Yarde Twelvetrees Tuilagi Wade Foden

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