Forward Tom Curry will miss England’s Tests against New Zealand, Japan and Australia with an “extreme lower leg damage”.Be that as it may, Manu Tuilagi and Courtney Lawes are both anticipated that would be accessible for Saturday’s Test against the All Blacks.
Deal Sharks flanker Curry limped off following 42 minutes in the 12-11 win against South Africa in England’s opening harvest time Test at Twickenham.Britain are searching for their first triumph against the All Blacks since December 2012.
Jones said the squad is utilizing the learning of both the training staff and playing set-up to frame a course of action to beat the title holders on home soil.”What we must do is ensure we play like England, do all that we can to augment our diversion, take a gander at zones where New Zealand are frail and check whether we can figure out how to uncover those shortcomings,” he disclosed to BBC Sport.
Brad Shields on the feelings of confronting the All Blacks
New Zealand have a 91% winning record in Tests since the 2015 World Cup yet Jones said the squad are “amped up for playing the best group on the planet”.
He stated: “We know they will have a perfect planning for the amusement; they’ll be up for the diversion. I believe everybody’s been anticipating the diversion.”
New Zealand opened their fall crusade by beating Japan 31-69 in Tokyo on Saturday, with a predominantly second-string side.