Eddie Jones has said England dread no one in the Six Nations title race, mentioning his side are responsible for their own fate.
Win against Wales on Saturday saves them in the pursuit after the title and, however sterner tests expect against Ireland and France, Jones uncovered Manu Tuilagi could be back for both matches and recognizes his side are now fit for lifting the honor.
Britain sit third in the table, a point behind Ireland and four behind France, who are the singing top choices for the title straightforwardly following placing Scotland to the sword on Saturday to remain mindful of their 100 percent winning record.
Ireland, meanwhile, returned to winning ways with a telling 57-6 win over Italy on Sunday and recollecting that England improved of Wales at Twickenham on Saturday they were outscored three undertakings to one and were left holding tight toward the end. Ireland are next up at Twickenham after the title’s second disheveled week – a match Jones portrayed as a “semi-last” – before England close their fundamental objective in Paris.
“There are three social occasions that can win it now and we are one of those three get-togethers so we have basically more conviction than the three get-togethers that can’t win it,” Jones said.
“We’re in a fair position. We’re responsible for our own fate. We’ve actually improved, continue to manage each game. We don’t fear anybody. It doesn’t have any effect on us others’ viewpoint. All we care about is what we think and we know we’re a good fiery group and a social event that is making.
“Everything considered we’re in an unprecedented position and we’re hoping to play a semi-last against Ireland. We’ve gotten moving the Six Nations with a tight difficulty to Scotland, we were obviously the most by and large assembling, an unequivocal achievement against Italy and a decent outrageous achievement against the Six Nations champions. So we’re certainly heading down the correct way.”
Britain will hold an instructive course in Bristol multi week starting here prior to pushing ahead plans for the visit of Ireland. Tuilagi will miss, while Luke Cowan-Dickie maintained a knee injury against Wales which could impede him for the rest of the resistance. Tom Curry will in like way need to advance through the graduated re-appearance of play shows after he was wiped out on Saturday with a head injury.
Tuilagi was a late withdrawal last Thursday with one more hamstring injury, having barely been named to make his England ricochet back. Jones said that Tuilagi would require a 10-day recovery period yet saved judgment on whether he would be available to challenge Ireland.
“I’m in no event, thinking about everything right now,” he said. “Wounds have their own life. We will fundamentally unwind and take everything in. Right when we pick the group for Bristol, he’s evidently not going to be accessible for that. Then, at that point, I will pick another group for Ireland and I will see regardless of whether he is open. Tolerating that he is open and he’s fit we will pick him and on the off chance that he’s not then we will advance forward.”