Name the starting XV from Eddie Jones’ first game in charge of England
It’s been over four years since Eddie Jones took charge of his first England game.
A 15-9 victory over Scotland in February, 2016 got Jones reign as Stuart Lancaster’s successor off to the perfect start and he’s since managed to guide the Red Rose to the 2019 World Cup final.
Can you name the starting XV from Jones’ first match in charge?
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1. Cameron Redpath
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