England v Wales: We wish to take ‘followers on a journey’ says Jamie George

Jamie George speaking to Steve Borthwick
Hooker Jamie George is an enormous England cricket fan and was impressed by an exciting Ashes collection
Venue: Twickenham Stadium Dates: Saturday, 12 August Kick-off: 17:30 BST
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England wish to draw inspiration from the lads’s cricket group and take “followers on a journey”, says Jamie George.

Brendon McCullum’s cricketers drew 2-2 with Australia within the latest Ashes collection and their attacking type impressed many followers.

England host Wales on Saturday and hooker George mentioned it was “about time” they received “Twickenham bouncing”.

“We wish to take the followers on a journey with us over the following few months,” hooker George informed BBC Sport.

“I’m an enormous cricket fan myself and I really like the journey we’ve got been taken on with the England cricket group.

“I believe the way in which Brendon McCullum and captain Ben Stokes have performed that’s unimaginable.”

The England rugby group have been booed off the pitch after shedding to South Africa in November in what turned out to be Eddie Jones’ closing recreation in cost.

Since Steve Borthwick took over as head coach, England have misplaced 4 out of six matches and their final recreation at Twickenham was a report house defeat by France.

England fell to a disappointing 20-9 loss to Wales in Cardiff final weekend and one other defeat this Saturday could be a significant a fear as they construct as much as their first World Cup recreation on 9 September, in opposition to Argentina in Marseille.

George, certainly one of six Saracens gamers named within the beginning XV on Saturday, says the group wish to make amends and get followers excited once more.

“I really feel like we’re going to get folks out of their seats at Twickenham, and it is about time,” George added.

“We as gamers are absolutely conscious that it hasn’t been adequate over the past two years, and we’ve got to ensure this Twickenham stadium is bouncing.

“I’m actually assured come this weekend – and kicking on from there – they’re actually going to be enthusiastic about what they see.”

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