England have been outstanding in their two games and will now look to use this clash against minnows Greece to tune up their attack and maintain their energy.
The biggest mismatch in Pool A sees England take on Greece at Bramall Lane in Sheffield. It is going to be a festival of points for an England team the nation is starting to get very excited about.
Greece put in a mighty effort against France in defeat but were torn apart by Samoa 72-4. No matter what 17 England roll out, Greece look lambs to the slaughter here.
England have been freewheeling with their attack with scores of 60 against Samoa and 42 against France. We should see close to England’s best team in this clash with 22 of the 24 players having played.
The Titans are really going to struggle with the speed England play at, particularly if Jack Wellsby is in the final 17. He plays direct and with speed and Greece tired badly against Samoa while struggling with defensive decision-making when options were presented.
England are an excellent bet to cover the huge start.
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Veteran Ryan Hall has 37 tries in 39 games for England, including 10 games with two or more tries.
Joe Batchelor is on his test debut but comes off his best tryscoring season with 12 in 29 games for St Helens.
Veteran John Bateman has eight international tries in 22 outings for England and Great Britain. His hard-running style should reap plenty of rewards against Greece, who look particularly vulnerable on the edges.