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England train in Japan ahead of the Rugby World Cup

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England train in Japan ahead of the Rugby World Cup

England train in Japan ahead of the Rugby World Cup

England's rugby team have been put through their paces on the pitch ahead of the Rugby World Cup in Japan.

England will play Tonga in their opening game on September 22.

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