"Averages 5/10" - Three underperforming England players who shouldn't play again - Ruck

“Averages 5/10” – Three underperforming England players who shouldn’t play again

England’s performances in the Six Nations have sparked debate as veteran players face criticism for subpar showings.

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Despite securing victories against Italy and Wales, scrutiny intensifies as player ratings suggest a need for fresher talent.

Following a defeat in Scotland, Steve Borthwick’s squad returns to their London base to confront defending champions.

Meanwhile, Ireland eyes a consecutive Grand Slam, boasting victories over France, Italy, and Wales.

Amidst the discussion, attention shifts to three players potentially facing the axe due to poor form.

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#1. Elliot Daly

vs Italy – 5.5/10: “Took his first-half try well on 20 minutes but would have been aghast at being left facing a three/four-on-one in defence around the halfway line six minutes later for the second Italian try. Yellow carded on 76 minutes for foot-tripping Tommaso Menoncello.”

vs Wales 5/10: “Denied a second-half try and failed to make much impression in attack. May come under pressure for place in Scotland.”

vs Scotland – 5/10: “Fine break for the opening try, but slipped off those standards quickly and failed to recover.”