Changes Eddie Introduces For Starting Line Up In Second Test
Among all the news that rugby games are generating right now, there is nothing bigger than the England’s tour of Australia that includes three Test series.
the first having ended in victory for England, all eyes are turned to the country and its rugby players and what Eddie Jones has lined up in terms of strategies and players to ensure a win the second time.
Among the several developments it is interesting to note that a trio of players from Bath Rugby would be starting off for the country in the second Test. The names are familiar to most – George Ford, Jonathan Joseph and Anthony Watson. They have been regulars for the England team for a while now, being favorites of Eddie. Hence, it should not come as a surprise to see them getting ready to offer the first and opening shots on the field.
The changes have been made with a lot of thought and strategies put in place. George was recalled to the lineup for the start and he would be taking opening shots on Saturday. He has been coming off the bench as he helped in an opening win earlier and he has impressed the crowd and relevant authorities with the precision that he has on his kicks as well as the passing capabilities that he possesses. Being 23 years of age, it is indeed an important tour for his rugby career. Owen Farrell would be moving to inside center a George Ford is ready to start. Jonathan Joseph has been able to score in the match last weekend. As a result he would be in as well as Jack Nowell. These are some of the changes that Eddie has envisioned. It remains to be seen how well these changes affect the game finally.