England looking to inject freshness into their game

England coach Stuart Lancaster has shown great courage in naming a relatively inexperienced squad ahead of their encounter with the French side in the upcoming fixture of the Six Nations rugby championship. The newest inclusion in the team includes Luther Burrell and Jack Nowell who have shown outstanding form in the domestic league. Lancaster has also axed Chris Ashton as the captain of the team leading to a lot of controversy but the coach remains convinced about his choice ahead of the game.
Luther Burrell has been terrific for his side Northampton Saints. He wears the number 12 jersey and starts ahead of Brad Barritt for his team. Lewis Moody has appreciated the attitude shown by the national coach. He believes that the likes of Burrell and Danny Care will add an extra edge to the team. Yet the team lacks experience and each player will have to ensure an all round game for their country to make it through the top of the standings. The Exeter winger Jack Nowell has benefitted from the injuries to the first choice players and is raring to go all out on the pitch. Danny Care returns to the English side as the scrum half.
England has been on the upsurge since the autumn season. They have given much hope to the fans and experts. Although their fate will heavily depend on the Ireland and France match, they are going all out in order to win the game against the Italian side. Sergio Parisse, the Italian captain will remain the major threat to the English plans but the team is confident of its success. This tournament is being viewed as a build up to the World Cup coming up next year. Each of the teams will be looking to consolidate on the opportunities that they get and come out victorious.