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    England faced Italy in Rome looking for a bonus-point win to keep their title hopes on track in Round 5 of the 2020 Guinness Six Nations Italy: 15. Matteo Minozzi (Wasps), 14. Edoardo Padovani (Benetton Rugby), 13. Luca Morisi (Benetton Rugby), 12. Carlo Canna (Zebre), 11. Mattia Bellini (Zebre), 10. Paolo Garbisi (Benetton), 9. Marcello Violi (Zebre), 1. Danilo Fischetti (Zebre), 2. Luca Bigi (Zebre), 3. Giosuè Zilocchi (Zebre), 4. Marco Lazzaroni (Benetton), 5. Niccolò Cannone (Benetton), 6. Sebastian Negri (Benetton), 7. Braam Steyn (Benetton), 8. Jake Polledri (Gloucester) Replacements: 16. Gianmarco Lucchesi (Benetton), 17. Simone Ferrari (Benetton), 18. Pietro Ceccarelli (Brive), 19. David Sisi (Zebre), 20. Johan Meyer (Zebre), 21. Maxime Mbanda (Zebre), 22. Guglielmo Palazzani (Zebre), 23. Federico Mori (Kawasaki Robot Cavisano) England: 15. George Furbank (Northampton Saints), 14. Anthony Watson (Bath Rugby), 13. Jonathan Joseph (Bath Rugby), 12. Henry Slade (Exeter Chiefs), 11. Jonny May (Gloucester Rugby), 10. Owen Farrell (Saracens), 9. Ben Youngs (Leicester Tigers), 1. Mako Vunipola (Saracens), 2. Jamie George (Saracens) 3. Kyle Sinckler (Bristol Bears), 4. Maro Itoje (Saracens), 5. Jonny Hill (Exeter Chiefs), 6. Tom Curry (Sale Sharks), 7. Sam Underhill (Bath Rugby), 8. Billy Vunipola (Saracens) Replacements: 16. Tom Dunn, (Bath Rugby), 17. Ellis Genge (Leicester Tigers), 18. Will Stuart (Bath Rugby), 19. Charlie Ewels (Bath Rugby), 20. Ben Earl (Bristol Bears), 21. Dan Robson (Wasps), 22. Ollie Lawrence (Worcester Warriors), 23. Ollie Thorley (Gloucester Rugby) Date: Saturday, October 31 Venue: Stadio Olimpico Kick-off: 16:45 GMT Referee: Pascal Gauzere (France) Assistant 1: Alex Ruiz (France) Assistant 2: Mike Adamson (Scotland) TMO: Romain Poite (France)

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