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England concluded an awful autumn campaign with an embarrassing loss to a depleted South Africa side


England not only failed to beat a South Africa team robbed of nine first-choice stars but produced another shocking display at Twickenham to conclude an awful autumn campaign.

These two teams met in the final of the last World Cup. Statistically speaking, that suggested England and South Africa were the No 1 and No 2 teams in the world at the end of 2019. A lot has changed since then and this game proved it.

The Springboks fully deserved to lift the William Webb Ellis Cup four years ago. Their defeat of England in that Yokohama final was clinical and impressive. England didn’t fire that day.

England trudge off the pitch after their embarrassing 13-27 defeat to South Africa on Saturday

England trudge off the pitch after their embarrassing 13-27 defeat to South Africa on Saturday

Jones is going to cop a lot of heat in the next few days - he should be under severe pressure

Jones is going to cop a lot of heat in the next few days – he should be under severe…



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