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Eddie Jones’ side have been given a huge boost by the return to fitness of Owen Farrell, who will captain his country for the first time in nearly a year today in the absence of Courtney Lawes. Farrell lines up in midfield alongside Marcus Smith and Manu Tuilagi for the first time in a dream triumvirate for England, which also offers a first test for Northampton’s Alex Coles in lockdown and moves Maro Itoje to the blind side . England are preparing for the World Cup in France next year after a summer win in Australia, with home games against Japan, New Zealand and South Africa to follow on successive weekends this this month. Michael Cheika’s Argentina finished fourth in the last Rugby League following a series triumph over Scotland at home, although that included their first away win against the All Blacks and their biggest triumph against Australia nowadays. Read more How to watch England v Argentina TV channel and live stream: Today’s game is being streamed live on Amazon Prime Video, with coverage starting at 1.30pm GMT before kick-off at 2:15 p.m. The Amazon Prime Video app is available on a number of different platforms and devices, including TVs, with a UK subscription currently costing £8.99 per month. Live: You can also follow all the action live with Standard Sport’s match blog. Rugby correspondent Nick Purewal will provide expert analysis from Twickenham. Not all news on the site expresses the views of the site, but we transmit this news automatically and translate it through programmatic technology on the site and not from a human editor.


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