The Stade Pierre-Mauroy hosts a fantastic match-up between Pool D Leaders England and fourth-place Samoa.
Ahead of Tomorrow’s Game, the favorites will be group leaders in England. They are currently unbeaten in the competition winning 3 of their last 3 games. Samoa will be looking to push for potential second place as they are currently sitting on 7 points in fourth behind second and third on 9 points; therefore Samoa only needs a draw to be level but will undoubtedly fight for the win.Embed from Getty Images
There are a few players to look at for the upcoming game, a couple of England men, Henry Arundell and George Ford have been standouts over the tournament, Henry Arundell is currently sitting in 2nd for players with the most tries on the other hand. George Ford has tallied up the fifth most points out of any player over the tournament so far predominantly due to his fantastic conversion technique.
In comparison to this, there will also be a player missing from this fixture Samoan winger Ben Lam due to suspension from Samoa’s previous game against Japan. Whereas England have Tom Curry making his return after suspension.
Lastly, Owen Farrell (England Captain) can become England’s all-time top points scorer over Jonny Wilkinson. He is 2 points behind the England Legend going into this game against Samoa.