Eddie Jones has made eight adjustments to his 25-man roster and saved over 200 England Test caps in next week’s Six Nations game against Ireland. The most obvious absentee was George Ford, who watched Marcus Smith take control of his number 10 jersey from him. Six Nations 2022 fans can buy England Vs Ireland Tickets from our website.

George Ford cut from England's 25-man training team
George Ford cut from England’s 25-man training team

Ford, who will leave Leicester Tigers for Searle Sharks at the end of the season, has recently made his way back into the England squad but only played 22 minutes against Scotland and Italy, and shed a tear in the win over Wales. Elliot Daly was another wonder oversight in the backline as he has already started two appearances for England at the age of 13 this season.

In their place are uncapped London-Irish winger Ollie Hassell-Collins and George Furbank of Northampton. Who could come off the bench as number 10 and 15?

The front row group sees a ton of changes with the all-new front row lineup. Luke Cowan-Dickie is unlikely to be selected after a knee injury against Wales. He was replaced by Jamie Blamire of Newcastle. Props Joe Marler and Bevan Rodd also missed. Given the chance, the uncapped duo of William Goodrick-Clarke and Alfie Barbeary will provide proof of England’s front-row reserves against the mighty Irish.

Joe Launchbury, 30, who has made 69 matches for his country, can play his first Test since December 2020. The Wasps number 2 suffered a knee injury last April that kept him out of the Lions’ tour of England and Ireland to South Africa. But he has played 281 minutes in the club’s four Premiership starts since January. His return to health and form meant Ollie Chessum, 21, missed out.

The front row group sees a ton of changes with the all-new front row lineup
The front row group sees a ton of changes with the all-new front row lineup

Lewis Ludlow of Gloucester was the last man on the squad. He will help as a shield for the injured Tom Curry. Who lost the second-half game against Wales following a head injury assessment (HIA) at halftime. Without Curry, who led the team in the match opener against Scotland. England’s strength in the game would have been greatly reduced.

Jones might reconsider getting on the wing with Courtney Lawes and may want to pair him up with Maro Itoje in the second row to fill the void left by Curry. Arbitrating by the experience he has left behind in crucial positions,. The England coach has new ideas for the game to be won next Saturday.

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