Rangi Chase anxious over England
Wednesday 12 June 2013
Rangi Chase admits his World Cup spot is up in the air as he vies with Richie Myler for the England scrum-half role against the Exiles tomorrow.
Coach Steve McNamara has confirmed that captain Kevin Sinfield will start the game at Halliwell Jones Stadium but did not reveal his half-back partner.
"I'm not too sure if I'm in or not so I don't want to get ahead of myself," Chase said. "I'm not taking my spot for granted. We've got the luxury of depth. There's me, Sinny, Richie and Rob Burrow all capable of doing a job."
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