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Six Players Who Could Make Their England Debut In 2018

There were 12 players who made their England debuts in 2017, so who will get their first chance to represent the men in white in 2018, as Eddie Jones continues to prepare for the Rugby World Cup in 2019?
1. Dan Robson (Wasps)

The 25-year-old enjoyed an eye-catching 2016/17 season, playing 30 times for Wasps and scoring nine tries. Will Greenwood was one of many to be perplexed when Eddie Jones yet again snubbed the playmaker. By far the best uncapped English scrum-half in the game today and will hopefully get his chance in 2018.


2. Tom Dunn (Bath Rugby)

Despite being on the books of Bath since he was 15, Dunn had yet to make his first Premiership start at the age of 24 when Todd Blackadder arrived. However, since making his maiden league start against Gloucester in October 2016, Dunn has worked his way into the England training squad and established himself as one of the best hookers in the Premiership.

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