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As England’s defensive juggernaut rolls west towards Wales questions remain over what attacking weapons Eddie Jones’s side have in their armoury and when they may see fit to use them regularly.

On Wednesday it was Henry Slade’s turn to insist that they exist, just that circumstances have dictated the bludgeon is more effective than the blade.

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Source: Rugby – The Guardian