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When and Where to Watch on TV: A Guide


Sep 19, 2023
When and Where to Watch on TV: A Guide

Steve Borthwick is set to announce his team for the upcoming match against Chile later this week. In the aftermath of England’s 34-12 victory over Japan, Lewis Ludlam has addressed the fans who booed during the game, urging them to keep their faith in the team. Ludlam acknowledged that England could have been more adventurous in their play, but emphasized the difficulties faced on the field, such as the humid conditions and the greasy ball. He highlighted the importance of George Ford’s strategic positioning to create better attacking opportunities. Despite the less than perfect performance, Ludlam expressed the team’s commitment to improving and playing in the right areas of the pitch.

Looking ahead to their match against Chile, it will be the debut appearance for the South American team in the World Cup. Chile qualified for the tournament after defeating the United States over two legs. While they have suffered losses in their first two Pool D matches against Japan and Samoa, they have shown determination and resilience in their performances. England should expect some challenging moments from Chile during the upcoming match.

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