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England will play their rescheduled Quilter Cup match against the Barbarians at Twickenham on Sunday, June 12, live on Sky Sports Arena.The match takes place the weekend before Eddie Jones squad travel to Italy for their rearranged final fixture in the 2021 Six Nations.“This game will be an important start to the autumn for us,” said England head coach Eddie Jones.
















The Barbarians romped to a 39-29 victory over England at wickenham on Sunday as the star-studded Baa-Baas put an erienced English side to the was England that started the match stronger, though, with the Barbarians seemingly unable to handle their free-flowing attacking rugby going forward.Such was the brilliance of their play, it didn’t take long for the hosts to register on the scoreboard, with Dave Ewers crossing the line after 11 minutes.Benson Stanley was the man that dotted down, before a Juan Martin Hernandez score with a pair of conversions by Brock James meant that the Barbarians went into the interval with 14 points.However, it was England that had the alf-time lead by 18-14, with Charlie Sharples’ try and two alties from Elliot Daly and Slade putting them out in front.Exeter Chiefs star Slade looked comfortable and ssured from the very first minute at Twickenham, earning considerable praise throughout the match.However, even his performance couldn’t stop the invitational side from seizing the initiative in the second half, as the visitors took the lead on 45 nutes.Mamuka Gorgodze sprung into life from the back of the scrum to charge through for a try, from which James conversion put the Baa-Baas into a lead that they’d never surrender.With England’s tour of New Zealand starting on June 7, head coach Stuart Lancaster has named a separate 30-man squad for the tour Down Under with Saracens and Northampton Saints players now available following the Aviva Premiership final.Giving the youngsters a run out will be important to England with World Cup 2015 on the horizon, and if they can prove their worth in New Zealand against the best of the best, then the English can look forward to a fruitful year.

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