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Wales are favourites for the World Cup - England coach Jones

BBC News Saturday, 17 August 2019
England head coach Eddie Jones says Wales are "favourites to win the World Cup" after they beat his side 13-6 to secure a rise to the top of the world ranking.
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News video: Eddie Jones and Warren Gatland pleased with squads after World Cup warm-up games

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England head coach Eddie Jones and his Welsh counterpart Warren Gatland both came away pleased with their respective squads after two World Cup warm-up games. The pair were speaking after Wales beat England 21-13 in Cardiff.

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