Rugby League Merchandise - Rugby - 6 Nations Confrontation on 14 February
England being top ranked team has been making tactful strategies for defending and attacking positions as Coach Martin Johnson has done two changes in the team for the Six Nations clash with Wales, with recall of flanker Joe Worsley and centre Mike Tindall. Joe Worley may have great nation's confrontations as before this, he seems unlucky fellow who has also missed last match 36-11 win against Italy due to back injury, and he is still named as out centre in place of Jamie Noon, and expects to establish partnership with Riki Flutey.This experienced pair played with superb performance in England's 2003 World Cup and won the title of winning squad.
This time, they are looking to add some leadership and directional guidelines to Johnson's side following his mind boggling performance over Italy in last weekend match.Worsley is generally considered as a blindside flanker at the side of his club Wasps started in 2007 world cup for England against Samoa. This thirty one years old guy has golden chance to show his performance because of the injuries problems to open side Lewis Moody, Tom Rees, and Michael Lipman.
Meanwhile another superb rugby player Andy Goode maintains his place at stand-off, and does some constant attention for fitness issues, Toby Flood comes back to the game played on 22 in place of Shane Geraghty, who is quite unlucky as he pays the price for being yellow-carded in a few minutes on last week. But interesting fact is that there is tough to make any place for Wasps star stand-off player Danny Cipriani who was named in the team of England Saxons before the match against Ireland but this game called off due to some bad weather conditions.Another player Mark Cueto is quite successful and lucky guy in retaining his place back ahead of Ugo Moyne who also missed match against Italy due to back injury problems. It is really bad news for rugby fans as many of these players are facing injuries that throw bad impact on the performance of the players.
Scrum-half Danny Care is still taking rest at home due to an ankle injury so Harry Ellis continues enjoying number nine role in place of Danny Care for the clash that is will be happening in the Six Nations defending champions.
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