Eddie Jones calls for two on-field referees

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"The only people that don't understand what it's like to be a head coach of an worldwide team are the people who've never been one".

Asked this morning by a United Kingdom writer about his "experimenting" last weekend at Ajinomoto Stadium, and whether that would be continuing this week before the test against England at Twickenham, Hansen seized his chance to fire back. "And he's just a loosey (loose-forward) who plays for England". The job of the coaching group and management group is to create a future for that jersey and that's what we did.

Territory is a big part of the way they play and their kicking game allows them to do that so we are going to have to have good plans around how we defuse that and we will go from there.

"So I think it's important when you now talk about Saturday it's a totally different mindset because it's about today". And he's still doing the same job. "I thought they did a great job".

Left wing Bridge scored two tries and set up another in an extraordinary debut after replacing the hapless Nehe Milner-Skudder, who has yet another shoulder injury.

"He knew he was knocking on the door; he's a fine player and he was very close".

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The rivals clash for the first time in four years when the All Blacks visit Twickenham on Saturday amid rising expectations after the autumn series was launched with a rousing 12-11 victory over South Africa.

England coach Eddie Jones believes the introduction of a second referee could be rugby union's answer to dealing with the increasing intensity of the game.

"Since 2011 their line-out has gone from good to being outstanding". There are certain points of the game they appreciate and you want to take them away from them.

We know we are going to have to put in a bit of work on that this week and I think it's an awesome challenge for us as a back unit to see how we go in that department.

"We were actually at the stadium so we weren't having scones like he suggested, or a cup of tea", he said, saying of the contest they saw.

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