Jonny May says England’s Six Nations thrashing to Scotland has given them an “edge” in preparing as they hope to skip back against France.
Britain’s Grand Slam trusts were finished at Murrayfield a fortnight back as Scotland secured an unexpected 25-13 prevail upon their neighbors to recover the Calcutta Cup.
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In any case, that outcome has basically increase the power in preparing, as per winger May, as Eddie Jones’ side would like to present appropriate reparations at the Stade de France on Saturday.
“The young men have been preparing hard and crushing each other in preparing,” May said. “You can simply feel it. It’s a disgrace we didn’t have a diversion a week ago on the grounds that we as a whole needed to get pull out of the pitch.
“It isn’t so much that we were smug or anything, yet now and again you do get beaten and it brings an edge and a want to get retreat there and put it right.”
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