Brian Moore’s Full Contact Rugby: England’s new ‘fluid’ backline | Podcast

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England named an experimental back line for their test against Australia and although they were able to secure the win, the performance felt a little undercooked at times.

Joining Brian to reflect on the weekend’s action is the former Springbok captain Bob Skinstad.

They ponder England’s win and in particular the role of Manu Tuilagi who was selected as a winger but rarely appeared there, and also Marcus Smith who was facing his toughest test in an England shirt yet.

The Telegraph’s Charlie Morgan is on hand to provide a tactical breakdown of England’s back line and also to look ahead to England’s clash with World Champions South Africa.

Ireland put in their finest performance yet under Andy Farrell by defeating the All Blacks in Dublin, we get the thoughts of the Irish Times Liam Toland about the Irish victory and how exactly the team is evolving under Farrell.

Plus we get Bob’s take on the Springboks ahead of their clash with England this weekend and answer your questions too!

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