Jonny May is convinced that England have the assaulting ability to go on and blow teams away.
May is the secret weapon from England’s attack, but the Leicester wing claims there are loads of threats which may be utilized by Eddie Jones.
Even with Jack Nowell and Joe Cokanasiga carrying injuries, potentially ruling both from their opener from Tonga on Sunday, Jones still has Anthony Watson, Elliot Daly and Manu Tuilagi .
When asked if any other team could rival the thickness of England’s attacking options, May stated:”I’d say not. Like I have ever been a part of It’s nothing.
“I look round the room at the team-mates and the gift we have and also for me the belief is real we can beat anybody if we are at our finest. I believe we’ll summit at this World Cup.
“I don’t want to come across as arrogant as I’m not but I usually just can not talk up my team-mates enough.
“We have got players that will take the ball into the line and make conclusions, we’ve got players who can run over people, we’ve gained pace, we’ve left-foot choices.
“Do other groups have great players? Obviously they do. It will return to who creates it on the afternoon, who is ready for it and mentally who will manage it.
“I believe that this team is ready. There are real reasons to feel that we’re able to do something very particular.”
Jones admits his group as England’s World Cup begins with two games in four times, the conflict with Tonga in Sapporo accompanied by a showdown from the USA at Kobe.
“This group is beyond thinking about who’s the beginning XV. The concept in Eddie is that he will pick a group to beat that resistance on that day and everybody has a role,” May explained.
“It isn’t about who is better than who. We aren’t about that. There is not any point.
“All of us are very different and we’re only about being the very best versions of ourselves for the team.”
May has been an unstoppable force for England by crossing six times in seven games this season since bursting to South Africa, but he would sacrifice attempts for a success.
“This is a terrible trap to fall into, moving to a match needing to score a try or seeking to score an effort,” May said.
“Of course, for a winger a try is the cherry on top of your cake. I couldn’t care if I do not score a try in the tournament.
“I go to a game focusing in my own defence, my kick-chase, my high ball. Those are the things.
“If the chance comes to score a try, this is my function in the moment to the group. We simply have to win each match.”
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