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Stadium : Stadio Olimpico, Rome
Date : Saturday 15 March 2014
Time : 14: 30 Local (13:30 GMT)
Referee: Pascal Gauzère (France)
Assistant Referees: Nigel Owens (Wales), Leighton Hodges (Wales)
England, having secured the Triple Crown, now march on to Rome looking to keep their narrow hopes of winning this year’s Six Nations title alive against Italy.
Assuming the result goes to form – Italy have never beaten England in the Six Nations and shipped 46 points against Ireland last weekend – then Stuart Lancaster’s troops will be left kicking their heels wondering what might have been in Paris on the opening weekend.
Italy will feel a similar sense of frustration, because a tournament that started so brightly against Wales in Cardiff has now faded away, much as we have come to expect over the years.
The Azzurri are now the Kings of the False Dawn. Perhaps the key to their progress is to expect nothing.
Jacques Brunel is clearly trying to revert away from Italy’s previous mantra of forward dominance and minimal back play, and good on him. But it’s a long process, one that certainly won’t be complete by next year’s World Cup.
There is a ton of potential though. Michele Campagnaro, Alberto de Marchi, Tommaso Allan, Edoardo Gori, Joshua Furno and Leonardo Sarto – these are the players to carry Italy forward, helped by the experience of a rejuvenated Luke McLean along with Sergio Parisse and Leonardo Ghiraldini.
It all sounds great on paper, but in a way Italy are where England were two years ago when Lancaster took over. They are searching for the blend of experience and youth, and identity too. Allan might be the next great Italian number ten since Diego Dominguez, but he’s only 20. Only with encouragement can he emerge into a superstar.
Italy’s position in the Six Nations table just feels oddly familiar, with four losses from four and a points difference of -68. It’s difficult to back them here, but if they are to win they have to produce more possession and territory than last week against Ireland, when their stats were 25 and 21 percent respectively.
Perhaps England shouldn’t be too harsh on themselves. France have gone from Wooden Spooners to three wins from four, but England and Ireland are the most improved sides in the competition and by no coincidence are also the top two teams. England even pip Ireland to the accolade of ‘Most Improved’, despite Joe Schmidt only having six months at the helm.
The New Zealander did however arrive at his new job with an established squad of internationals packed full of Test caps. Brian O’Driscoll, the departing great it still seems hard to imagine the Six Nations without, had more caps than England’s whole back-line when the two sides met at Twickenham. Yet England won that day.
While Welsh heads are beginning to look around for answers to the apparent slow death of ‘Warrenball’, England fans are beaming. Twickenham during the last two matches has been deafening.
Italy: 15 Luke McLean, 14 Angelo Esposito, 13 Michele Campagnaro, 12 Gonzalo Garcia, 11 Leonardo Sarto, 10 Luciano Orquera, 9 Tito Tebaldi, 8 Sergio Parisse (c), 7 Robert Barbieri, 6 Joshua Furno, 5 Marco Bortolami, 4 Quintin Geldenhuys, 3 Lorenzo Cittadini, 2 Leonardo Ghiraldini, 1 Matias Aguero.
Replacements: 16 Davide Giazzon, 17 Michele Rizzo, 18 Alberto de Marchi, 19 George Fabio Biagi, 20 Paul Derbyshire, 21 Edoardo Gori, 22 Tommaso Allan. 23 Andrea Masi.
England: 15 Mike Brown, 14 Jack Nowell, 13 Luther Burrell, 12 Billy Twelvetrees, 11 Jonny May, 10 Owen Farrell, 9 Danny Care, 8 Ben Morgan, 7 Chris Robshaw (c), 6 Tom Wood, 5 Courtney Lawes, 4 Joe Launchbury, 3 David Wilson, 2 Dylan Hartley, 1 Joe Marler
Replacements: 16 Tom Youngs, 17 Mako Vunipola, 18 Henry Thomas, 19 David Attwood, 20 Tom Johnson, 21 Lee Dickson, 22 George Ford, 23 Manu Tuilagi
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