LONDON - Samoa’s players risk being kicked out of the squad to face England if they speak out against the country’s governance crisis, according to former captain Dan Leo. The Pacific Islanders are on the brink of bankruptcy, with six unpaid medical students brought in this week to assist their team doctor. Their players will earn £650 each from Saturday’s Twickenham showdown compared to £22,000 per England player and are facing withheld funding.
All Blacks coach Steve Hansen says next Saturday’s showdown with Wales is not about settling Lions scores with Warren Gatland. The Kiwi coaches ended in a stalemate in New Zealand and Hansen claimed the outcome felt like ‘kissing his sister’. Calls for a fourth-Test decider did not materialise and Gatland subsequently wrote a book revealing that he ‘hated’ the tour. ‘The Lions aren’t Wales and Wales aren’t the Lions,’ Hansen told The Mail on Sunday.
Henry Slade will start his first Test at Twickenham since 2015 after being named at inside centre for England’s series opener against Argentina. The 24-year-old will take over the No 12 jersey from Owen Farrell, who has been rested alongside fellow Lions star Maro Itoje as part of a workload-management strategy. Slade was picked ahead of Alex Lozowski, having impressed Eddie Jones during the summer tour of Argentina.
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Selecting a term
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