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.