England Rugby World Cup: Six Nations 2023 squad confirmed by Steve Borthwick

England’s Six Nations squad is set to be proclaimed on Monday morning. New coach Steve Borthwick is choosing his 36-man group after he replaced Eddie Jones as the man in charge late last year. The shocking news overnight is that Jones has previously agreed on a reappearance to international coaching with his innate Australia ahead of this year’s Rugby World Cup.

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England Rugby World Cup: Six Nations 2023 squad confirmed by Steve Borthwick
England Rugby World Cup: Six Nations 2023 squad confirmed by Steve Borthwick

Jonny May and Jack Nowell are tilted to be the major names missing from the group with the wingers with 117 caps between them predictable to be left out with others preferred. Meanwhile, Owen Farrell is set to be accessible for England’s opening game in contradiction of Scotland on 4 February after the Rugby Football Union established his ban for a dangerous tackle will have been thoughtfully served before the tournament Rugby World Cup 2023 begins.

England Rugby World Cup squad announcement

Not long now until Steve Borthwick names the first England Rugby squad of his tenure. Will there be any big oversights or recalls? Kevin Sinfield is happy to challenge Steve Borthwick if it will help the England Rugby side. Kevin Sinfield will continue to test Steve Borthwick if he believes it will assist England’s climb out of the doldrums.

Sinfield will serve as Borthwick’s number two after the coaching brains faith that took the 2022 Gallagher Premiership title to Leicester was given the task of retrogressive the failure overseen by Eddie Jones. While Jones’ management style was despotic, England’s new head coach will inspire his most righthand lieutenant to speak his mind.

My job is not to sit here and approximately yes and nod my head. My job is to ensure that the squad is in the best possible place, supposed the rugby league great, who will oversee the defence. England’s new head coach will inspire his most trusted lieutenant to say his mind.

Eddie Jones makes spectacular Australia return after England sacking

Former England boss Eddie Jones has been reappointed as head coach of his native Australia Rugby side, replacing the sacked Dave Rennie, in a spectacular move at the start of the Rugby World Cup year. Jones was discharged by England in December but has signed a five-year deal with the Wallabies and revenues to the Australia helm ahead of the Rugby World Cup 2023 in France, which gets underway in September.

The 62-year-old had before been in the role from 2001 to 2005, which included Australia finishing as runners-up to England on home soil at the Rugby World Cup 2003, and is set to start with Rugby Australia later this month. Jones was in charge of England for seven years, recording the highest win percentage of any England head coach during that time, but was sacked after a dismal run of results in 2022 that included six overthrows and a draw in 12 matches. The former England Rugby head coach has signed a contract until 2027 in an affected shake-up in Australia.

England Rugby World Cup: Six Nations 2023 squad confirmed by Steve Borthwick
England Rugby World Cup: Six Nations 2023 squad confirmed by Steve Borthwick

Borthwick put together a leadership group

Owen Farrell is predicted to continue as captain having led England for all four autumn Tests throughout Courtney Lawes’ absence last year. In those tests, the side won just once, against Japan – a record that cost former coach Eddie Jones his job. Lawes took over as England captain during the tour of Australia last summer, a decision that had left Farrell very unhappy as he had been named skipper for the previous four years when designated.

It is thought that Lawes, the Northampton forward, will now be part of a strong leadership group that also includes Bristol prop Ellis Genge, who Steve Borthwick had appointed as captain of Leicester last season before his move back to the south-west. Borthwick is said to be an admirer of the trio’s no-nonsense leadership qualities and is hoping to bring an antagonistic edge back to a side that has seemingly lost its way in new seasons.

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The Telegraph is reporting that Owen Farrell is predicted to be unveiled as England’s captain for the Six Nations on Monday after being empty to play in the opening game against Scotland. England’s new head coach, Steve Borthwick, can select Farrell after the Rugby Football Union on Saturday took the unusual step of confirming his obtainability for Saracens’ Premiership match against Bristol Bears on Jan 28th.

What that means is the 31-year-old’s ban for a dangerous tackle on Gloucester back-row forward Jack Mild will have been served in time for the Calcutta Cup game on February 4th at Twickenham. Farrell is currently serving a four-match ban that could be reduced to three if he completes World Rugby’s coaching interference program. The report also claims that Borthwick and his new defence coach Kevin Sinfield have left Farrell in no doubt about what is predictable in terms of both discipline and tackle height for both him and the rest of the team.

England Rugby World Cup: Six Nations 2023 squad confirmed by Steve Borthwick
England Rugby World Cup: Six Nations 2023 squad confirmed by Steve Borthwick

England Rugby World Cup Side: Owen Farrell cleared to play in England’s Six Nations opener against Scotland

Owen Farrell is set to be obtainable for England’s opening Six Nations game against Scotland on February 4 after the Rugby Football Union established his ban for an unsafe tackle will have been thoughtfully served before the tournament begins. Farrell faced a disciplinary hearing after his shoulder made interaction with the head of Jack Clement in the 75th minute of Saracens’ Gallagher Premiership victory over Gloucester.

The four-match suspension would have banned him from running out at Twickenham in Steve Borthwick’s first match in charge. Though, when announcing the ban, it was set to be reduced to three weeks if Farrell completed the World Rugby Coaching Intervention Programme. Farrell will be free to play for Saracens in their Premiership game against Bristol on January 28. Worldwide Tickets and Hospitality offers Rugby World Cup tickets for the France Rugby World Cup 2023 at the best prices. Rugby fans can buy England Vs Argentina Tickets at exclusively discounted prices.

Farrell and Smith can play together

England’s new attack coach is unquestionable that the misfiring Marcus Smith-Owen Farrell axis can be sparked into life by clarifying what was missing under Eddie Jones’ regime. There is no reason why they can’t play together. Nick Evans supposed when asked about the duo being potential starters, you have to be very clear about what you are trying to attain, how you are doing this, and what the detail looks like. Once everybody is clear on that then you can go through with it.

Some of the feedback was that maybe that wasn’t there, so maybe there was a bit of a border. It’s just about making sure that you’re very clear on roles and responsibilities. Sometimes the old death by detail can be a thing. The overcomplicating of things. As coaches, we don’t get much time with the players. We’ve got a week with them and then we’re playing Scotland in the first game, so the information needs to be clear and straight. The players need to go on to the field and have a really clear understanding of ‘right, in these areas of the field I know precisely how we want to play.

Marcus Smith and Owen Farrell can succeed together for England, insists Nick Evans

England Rugby team’s new attack coach believes the misfiring Marcus Smith-Owen Farrell’s creative axis can be ignited by providing the clarity that was missing under the previous regime. Nick Evans, a powerful figure in Harlequins’ all-action charge to the 2021 Gallagher Premiership title, will oversee the attack for the Six Nations as part of Steve Borthwick’s freshly assembled management side.

Under Eddie Jones, a confused England had become gradually impotent with the failure of Smith and Farrell to gel at the heart of a malaise that contributed to the Australian’s sacking last month. Farrell has been superb as Saracens’ fly-half so far this season while Smith, who fills the same position for Quins, made his first arrival since the autumn against Racing 92 on Sunday having recovered from an ankle injury. Under Eddie Jones, a confused England had become gradually impotent

Room for improvement

When Steve Borthwick was announced as the new England coach, he highlighted the back three and the back row as two areas that would require some improvement. Borthwick has reportedly held individual conversations with each of the back-row candidates in the build-up to his announcement.

We have a lot of talent, Borthwick said a month ago. There are a couple of areas of the team where we have competition and the outside backs are one of them. I think you [also] look at the back row. If you look around the Premiership, you can all see the quality players in that position in the team.

England Rugby World Cup: Six Nations 2023 squad confirmed by Steve Borthwick
England Rugby World Cup: Six Nations 2023 squad confirmed by Steve Borthwick

Nowell and May set to miss out on the squad

Jack Nowell and Jonny May could both be omitted from Steve Borthwick’s first England squad with the new head coach weighing up whether to leave out the veteran wings, who have 117 caps between them. According to The Telegraph, both players could get dropped despite Nowell acting as one of Eddie Jones’ vice-captains last autumn and May being second on England’s all-time list of try-scorers with 35.

Elsewhere, 35-year-old tight head prop, Dan Cole, is set to make a comeback into the England Rugby team fold with a first call-up since the 2019 World Cup final, and Ben Earl, the Saracens flanker, is also poised for a return when the 36-man group will be announced on Monday morning.

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