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Haskell: Japan World Cup England’s best chance of glory since 2003

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Haskell: Japan World Cup England’s best chance of glory since 2003

Haskell: Japan World Cup England’s best chance of glory since 2003

Former international James Haskell believes the England squad have the "best chance" of winning the Rugby World Cup since 2003.

Haskell, who retired from professional rugby earlier this year, calls Eddie Jones' current team "massively exciting".

He also refers to social media tactics used by other teams, as well as how nations like Ireland are preparing for the upcoming season.

The former player speaks to PA from his F45 Gym in Bath.

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