"Did you get that" - Danny Care slots epic drop-goal in England training - Ruck

“Did you get that” – Danny Care slots epic drop-goal in England training

England scrum-half Danny Care has settled straight back into camp after four years away.

England v Barbarians on Prime Video

Who can watch?

The famous clash will be provided at no extra cost to Prime members and will be broadcast live on Prime Video on 19th June with pre-match build-up starting from 2pm ahead of a 3pm kick-off. New members can sign up for just £7.99 a month, and are eligible sign-up to a free 30 day trial.

How to watch

Rugby fans can watch England v Barbarians live for the first time since 2019, with Prime members able to watch on the Prime Video app through live match coverage, replays, highlights and match clips smart TVs, mobile devices, Fire TV, Fire TV stick, Fire tablets, games consoles, on Virgin’s V6 TV Box, the Talk Talk TV set top box, Apple TV, Chromecast, BT TV or online at www.amazon.co.uk/primevideo. Prime Video is available in the UK and Ireland at no extra cost to a Prime membership for just £7.99 a month or £79 per year. New customers can find out more at amazon.co.uk/prime and subscribe to a free 30-day trial.

Talent line-up

Coverage will be fronted by Gabby Logan alongside guests Bryan Habana and Dylan Hartley, with Andrew Cotter, David Flatman and Emily Scarratt in the booth, and Jenny Drummond reporting pitchside.

How to set-up an Amazon Fire TV Stick

The following steps will allow Prime customers to watch England v Barbarians on an Amazon Fire TV Stick: 

  • Plug Fire TV Stick into an HDTV with a compatible HDMI port
  • Plug the Fire TV power cable into a plug socket
  • Connect the Fire TV Stick to the internet via on-screen instructions
  • Open the Prime Video app and select England v Barbarians 

EDITORS PICKS

Danny Care names his best teammates and toughest opponents

1. Nick Evans

CARE SAID: “He was incredibly skilful and can read the game so well but whatever position you put him in, he remains calm and almost always picks the right option.

“He’s a very intelligent player and in my opinion, is one of the best overseas players the Premiership has ever seen. One play sums him up. Against Stade Francais in the Heineken Cup we had to win we trucked up the middle for about 30 phases to drop goal.

“After I threw him a terrible pass, he stepped three or four players, then it was recycled and he made another break but held off. On the third occasion he knocked over a truly horrible drop-kick and that’s why they paid him the big bucks.”

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