Rugby World Cup: Henry Slade says ‘good luck’ after Emerick Setiano says France want to ‘kill England”https://www.skysports.com/” Rugby Union News

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Henry Slade has wished France “good luck” forward of Saturday’s World Cup pool decider in response to a declare by prop Emerick Setiano that “we want to kill them”.

Les Bleus are nonetheless seething at their 44-8 Six Nations defeat at Twickenham in February and Setiano expressed the group’s anguish in probably the most vibrant language doable.

If the sport does proceed, regardless of the specter of disruption from Super Typhoon Hagibis, then Slade is probably going to make his first begin of the World Cup, having been restricted to two substitute appearances due to a big knee harm.

France have a lot of threats across the park – they have some dangerous guys – but so do we,” Slade stated.

“If they want to attempt to kill us then good luck as a result of now we have obtained some huge lads. The boys are excited to put in a extremely good efficiency.

“We simply want to maintain momentum going. We are feeling fairly assured on the minute and rightly so.

“We have had some good performances over the last few weeks and before the tournament. We want to keep the train rolling.”

Slade was England‘s first-choice exterior centre till his knee harm worn out his summer time, forcing him to miss all 4 warm-up Tests.

“I definitely want to put my case forward. It has been frustrating for me to miss so much game time,” he stated.


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