England vs South Africa Betting Preview

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England stretched their unbeaten run over old rivals Australia to eight games with a hard-fought 32-15 win at Twickenham last weekend.

Can they get revenge over world champions South Africa as the two nations meet for the first time since their 2019 final on Saturday afternoon?

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After victories against Tonga and Australia, Eddie Jones will be looking to sign off his autumn schedule with a signature win over the Springboks – one that would give Jones confidence his recent squad revamp has all been worthwhile.

A third straight autumnal success at Twickenham would more than justify his moves to evolve England’s personnel as he casts his eye towards the 2023 World Cup in France.

An energetic first-half performance was enough for England to seize control of their encounter with Australia last weekend. 20-year-old Freddie Steward took just six minutes to post his first ever try at international level, while Jamie Blamire once again impressed with his sixth try in just four test outings.

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While Australia offered a stern test of the progress of this fresh-faced England side, Jones’ young squad will have to move up through the gears again to break down this resilient South Africa side. Injuries have once again forced Jones to shuffle the pack ahead of this final November outing.

The England head coach will be without experienced duo Owen Farrell (ankle) and Jamie George (knee), meaning Courtney Lawes will captain the side on Saturday, with Blamire in from the start as hooker.

The Springboks are also switching things up in the wake of their clinical 30-15 win over Scotland last week, as Handré Pollard, Cobus Reinach and Lood de Jager come into the side.

The visitors have two further incentives to upset the hosts at Twickenham.

Victory here would see them post a first Northern Hemisphere tour clean sweep since 2013, while it’s over seven years since they last tasted victory in London.

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