Australian U20s side named for must win clash against England

The Australia U20s side to take on England in the final Pool A match of the World Rugby U20s Championship in Georgia has been named as Australia looks to progress to the Semi Final stages of the competition. Having made nine changes for the match against Samoa, Cron has brought back several players into the starting lineup including Captain Reece Hewat, Izaia Perese, Ryan McCauley, Sham Vui and Liam Wright. Australia currently sits second in Pool A on nine points behind last year’s U20s Champions, England, on ten points with the winner of the match to top the pool. Should Australia lose the match, the young men in gold would have to rely on results in other two pools going their way in order to claim the fourth-place wild card position in the Semi Finals. “We left opportunities on the field against Samoa and you can't afford to do that against the top teams however the players are better for having another game together,” Australian U20s coach Simon Cron said. "England are a
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