& Who's NOT

October 2012
Mail on Sunday;10/28/2012, p15
LEE DICKSON Shone last season on his Six Nations debut but has slipped a bit since. Excellent service, but does not pose Ben Youngs or Care's running threat. England rival? Care and Youngs THOMAS WALDROM Picked as a No 8 but unable to hold down the position at Leicester with Jordan Crane's form forcing him onto the openside flank. England rival? Ben Morgan DAVID WILSON Powerful scrummager but his lack of mobility is counting against, as Joe Marler and Maku Vunipola show what's required of modern props. England rival? Mako Vunipola CHARLIE SHARPLES Unconvincing debut against France was followed by a dip in form for Gloucester. Two tries this season but needs more to be in contention. England rival? Ugo Monye OWEN FARRELL England's star of last year's Six Nations but lost his place to Toby Flood on South Africa tour and likely to be on bench this autumn. England rival? Toby Flood


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