England’s latest round of Covid-19 tests are all coming back negative after Joe

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England’s latest round of    Covid-19 tests are all coming back negative after Joe

England prepares for face Australia in Twickenham on Saturday

England has not experienced any further setbacks from the coronavirus in the wake of Positive of Joe Marler test that ruled him out of Saturday showdown with Australia.

The Rugby Football Union has reported that all playing and backroom staff who underwent an extra round of PCR testing in the wake of Marler’s confirmed case has turned out negative results.

Eddie Jones will heave a sigh of relief at news that means disruption for the game limited to finding a replacement for Marler on the bench.

The Harlequins prop played 14 minutes of the 69-3 victory over Tonga that launched England’s autumn campaign, providing loosehead coverage for first choise in the feature, Ellis Genge.

England prop Joe Marler returned a positive lateral flow test on Monday

England prop Joe Marler returned a positive lateral flow test on Monday

while the outcome of the PCR testing will be welcomed, England is still facing An second weekend of disruption because of covid.

Captain Owen Farrell missed the Tonga clash after a positive return test nothing but for reanalysis of the monster to reveal it was a false-positive.

In an effort to limit further setbacks, all 34 players in Jones’ Fall Squad – Including the Unselected against Australia – are left over in camp for the whole week.

Hooper: Wallabies fired up until face England

The Wallabies haven't beaten England since the 2015 Rugby World Cup

The Wallabies haven’t beaten England since the 2015 Rugby World Cup

The defeat to Scotland brought the five-game winning streak to an end, but captain Michael Hooper says the setback just went away up the Wallabies as they prepare for face England in Twickenham on Saturday.

Australia was defeated met 15-13 in Murrayfield on Sunday, with the visitors frustrated by the Scots and referee Romain Poite, want Hooper had a first-half try ruled out by the Frenchman and television match official Marius Jonker.

The Wallabies haven’t beaten England since the 2015 Rugby World Cup, but Hooper wasn’t afraid of their bad recent record against Eddie Jones’ side would weigh on their thoughts.

“The motivation was to go really well [against Scotland] and continue the momentum we have built in the last year, really,” Hooper said.

“We’re rolling now in An six-day cover against the English. The record has not been great, but a lot of this guys didn’t play up here, haven’t been a part of die gamesso don’t feel like this of stuff.

“It is a new team, it is a great challenge this week to roll into England.”

The Wallabies had carved back-until-back wins over world champions South Africa and Consecutive Wins over Argentina for beating Japan in Oita last month, and Hooper said Sunday’s defeat wouldn’t get them down.

“The fire in not the belly [been] completely extinguished,” he added. “After that it’s just raised.”

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