England manager Eddie Jones is prepared to make the most out of the first fallow week of the Six Nations by inviting Georgia for training sessions with his players, according to a report on BBC Sport.
Jones has described the Georgia side as “the strongest scrum pack in the world” and they are due to be in London on Tuesday and Wednesday to train with the England squad.
Jones is preparing his side to face Scotland in the third fixture of the Six Nations as he looks to help England create history.
Jones’ side is aiming to become the first ever team to win the Six Nations tournament three times in succession and they are on course to do so after winning their opening two matches.
We want to have the best scrum in the world and they’re the biggest, ugliest, strongest scrum pack in the world. Why wouldn’t we want to scrummage against them? It’s fantastic. They were keen on the idea and it suits us perfectly.
Many of the players in the Georgia side participate in the French top 14 league so it will b a real test for the England players.
Jones is also hoping that many of his injured players can recover in time for the clash against Scotland. The manager is proving that he will not allow his players to get complacent and will continue to test them in rigorous training sessions.