England vs Japan: Eddie Jones has warned that England will be “absolutely” ruthless against Japan as they look to bounce back from their All Blacks disappointment.
The Red Rose were beaten by just one point in their clash with New Zealand last weekend, blowing a 15-0 lead to lose late on.
A much-debated offside call denied England in the final stages, after it was deemed that Courtney Lawes broke the line.
This weekend’s clash with Japan is England’s penultimate autumn international and while it is the most underwhelming of the fixtures, it will prove to be crucial preparation for a big 2019.
Here is all you need to know about Saturday’s clash at Twickenham…
Kick-off, as with all of England’s autumn internationals, is set for 3pm.
Where is it being played?
The home of English rugby will again host the match.
Twickenham Stadium is expected to have over 80,000 spectators crammed inside watching the action.
Is it on TV?
Sky Sports will once again be showing the action live and exclusive – as they are for all of England’s Autumn internationals.
The Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Action channels will have the coverage.
Can the match be live streamed?
If you are a Sky Sports subscriber, the action will be able to be streamed live on the SkyGo app on both mobile and desktop.