Eddie Jones leads England into the Nations Cup final confessing not a day has gone by in which he has not thought of losing the World Cup. With Jonny May in the mood to add to his five tries in the last two meetings with France, Jones' side start as hot favourites tomorrow. But they carried the same tag into the World Cup final against South Africa and that really did not go to plan. "How much have I reflected on that final? Probably every day," said Jones, who recalls Anthony Watson to a team boasting 813 caps to France's 68. "When you lose a big final like that it stays with you for a long time. It doesn't go away. "You reflect and you think 'I should have done that' and 'would that have made a difference?'You consistently hear criticism of what you have done. You never put it to bed. "The result is what it is. We weren't good enough. Even if you win the next one it never puts to bed that final. That is what drives you to keep wanting to get better." Billy Vunipola has been quick to point out that there is no comparison… Read full this story
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