England vs Samoa

Britain go up against Samoa as Eddie Jones hopes to make it a decisive victory in the fall internationals.

Tries from Elliot Daly, Jonathan Joseph, Jonny May and Danny Care secured a complimenting 30-6 prevail upon Australia in a week ago’s match at Twickenham.

There had been inquiries regarding whether the current week’s match would proceed with Samoa Rugby Union in desperate monetary straits.

At the point when is England versus Samoa?

Britain go up against Samoa on Saturday, November 25.

The match will commence at 3pm.

As usual, it will be played at Twickenham.

What TV channel is England versus Samoa on?

Britain versus Samoa will be demonstrated live on Sky Sports Action and Sky Sports Main Event.

Scope on Sky Sports Action starts at 2.30pm while scope on Sky Sports Main Event begins at 2.55pm.

A Look At England’s Betting Odds

England improved on their ‘grindathon’ 21-8 defeat of Argentina when eventually crushing Australia 30-6 last weekend, scoring all four of their tries in the second half.

However, the Wallabies will feel aggrieved that a couple of key refereeing decisions went against them when bang in contention, having trailed just 3-0 at the break.

With Eddie Jones rotating his squad for this perceived mismatch, it may take the hosts a bit of time to get going again.

Every department of the team has been overhauled by Jones, with regular captain Dylan Hartley dropping to the bench and Owen Farrell rested for the second time this autumn.

That makes 17/20 for the underdogs to be within 15.5 points at the interval another tempting option for our England vs Samoa betting predictions.

A Look At Samoa’s Betting Odds

Samoa made only minimal changes for their trip to Bucharest, so there is no denying that was a worrying display, with Titimaea Tafua’s side only able to cross the whitewash once, via a rolling maul.

However, financial problems have put a cloud over this once feared rugby nation and there may not have been enough of an incentive to put on a show in such a low-key contest.

At Twickenham, players will be back in the shop window for individual contracts at club level and we’re hoping that inspires the kind of swashbuckling display that lit up Murrayfield a fortnight ago.

Scotland vs Australia

Scotland vs Australia | Scotland and Australia meet for the second time in 2017, on this event at BT Murrayfield, in a match that flags the finish of the logbook year Test season for the two sides. Saturday night’s conflict in Edinburgh offers the home side the opportunity to finish an uncommon twofold finished the Wallabies after the Scots recorded a stun triumph Down Under in June.

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While they didn’t get the prevail upon the All Blacks a week ago, Gregor Townsend’s side should take huge certainty from the design in which they played; sometimes has a Scotland equip made such a great amount of room out wide nor debilitated so truly in assault. Had it not been for some finished fervor and pushed passes, Scottish rugby could have been celebrating all week. The way things are, it was an exertion the once-doing combating Scots ought to be enormously glad for. Scotland vs Australia

The same can’t be said of the Wallabies who slipped to a fifth straight annihilation to Eddie Jones’ England. While the 30-6 scoreline not the slightest bit mirrored the closeness of the Twickenham experience, England were the better side and completed well finished the highest point of their southern adversaries. There has been a considerable measure of aftermath from that match, most prominent encompassing mentor Michael Cheika, which means the Wallabies must refocus in what is the last trip of their season.

Team news

Townsend has made four changes to the side beaten 22-17 by the All Blacks, three of which come up front in the pack. Grant Gilchrist and Simon Berghan start at tighthead and lock respectively, while Ryan Wilson returns at No.8. Former British & Irish Lions tourist Sean Maitland is the only change to the backline on the left wing.

Stephen Moore returns to the starting line-up for his 129th and final Wallabies appearance. Prop Taniela Tupou, meanwhile, is set to make his Test debut having been named among the replacements. Tupou is one of five changes on the bench, with fellow prop Tetera Faulkner, Lukhan Tui, Lopeti Timani and Henry Speight also included in the 23-man squad. Scotland vs Australia

Scotland: Hogg, Seymour, H. Jones, Dunbar, Maitland, Russell, Price; Marfo, McInally, Berghan, Gilchrist, Gray, Barclay, Watson, Wilson.

Replacements: Brown, Bhatti, Fagerson, Toolis, du Preez, Pyrgos, Horne, McGuigan

Australia: Beale, Koroibete, Kuridrani, Kerevi, Hodge, Foley, Genia; Sio, Moore, Kepu, Simmons, Enever, McCalman, Hooper (captain), McMahon.

Replacements: Polota-Nau, Faulkner, Tupou, Tui, Timani, Phipps, Hunt, Speight.

Key matchup: Stuart Hogg vs. Kurtley Beale

What began as a murmur a few years back has now become serious conversation: is Stuart Hogg Scotland’s finest ever rugby player? Robbed of a potential three-Test battle with the All Blacks back in June, Hogg condemned that dose of friendly fire to history by starring in a Man-of-the-Match display against the world champions last week. Brilliant on the counter, skilful with ball in hand and a competent defender, Hogg will again be at the heart of the Scottish attack this weekend. Play like he did last week again on Saturday and that aforementioned conversation might be put to bed once and for all.

Scotland vs Australia

While Hogg enjoyed a sublime outing on the penultimate weekend of November internationals, the same can’t be said for Kurtley Beale who endured a torrid night in slippery conditions in London. But the biggest criticism the Wallabies fullback came in for was his somewhat lackadaisical chase of a seemingly innocuous England clearing kick. As it turned out, the ball did a wicked dance down the touchline, possibly on it depending which hemisphere you reside in, before a determined Elliot Daly toed ahead and went on to score a match-turning try. Beale is unlikely to make the same mistake again, yet the Wallabies will need far more from him in attack if they’re to triumph in Edinburgh.