Published: Wed, February 13, 2019
Sport | By Wendy Sparks

Six Nations: England's Mako Vunipola ruled out for rest of Six Nations

Six Nations: England's Mako Vunipola ruled out for rest of Six Nations

England head coach Eddie Jones can not wait for his Six Nations table-toppers to get stuck into "the greatest Welsh side ever" after Jonny May's hat-trick of tries helped tear France apart, 44-8 at Twickenham yesterday.

So where was the damage done?

Les Bleus conceded six tries at Twickenham, five from offensive kicks that put them under pressure.

It won't be like that every game for this England team but it does look like they have the tools to play in different ways now and adapt to what the opposition is doing.

England skipper Owen Farrell, who was struggling with the conversation in the blustery winds, fed May with a looping pass for his second try of the afternoon.

England's 36-point margin of victory was only just short of their largest against France - a 37-0 annihilation in France's first match at Twickenham in 1911.

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"You question if you kept the same team and had a real convincing win in terms of finishing off those opportunities we created, maybe the other question would be why didn't you use more of the squad when you had the chance to?" The teams meet again in Yokohama in October.

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

England enjoyed 61% of the territory in the game, a number that would have been higher but for France's late, ultimately futile, push for a consolation.

Farrell's conversion hit the post but England were 16-3 up.

Courtney Lawes got the plaudits on the weekend, and rightly so after his fine all-round display.

That advantage was increased to 36 points by the hour mark as England's kicking game continued to expose French frailties.

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England found a formula that worked inside the opening two minutes and kept utilising grubber kicks to devastating effect.

"Any time England plays Wales it is a special match, isn't it?"

His tireless efforts did not stop there, he also chipped in with a breakdown steal, and appears to be dovetailing nicely with Tom Curry on the openside.

Navidi believes the competition for places in the back-row has made him a better player.

In only 34 minutes of playing time, the replacement No.9 provided a genuine spark.

"Having two weeks together will be good for this group of players, but we have a few things to work on, which is always pleasing, and a couple of really tough weeks of training".

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And, he's also learned that he needs to be less autocratic with John Mitchell appointed in September and Scott Wisemantel, who came in on a temporary basis in the summer, given the job on a more permanent basis recently too.

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