Wallaby dig at pretty England
Monday 12 November 2012
Australia's Digby Ioane is relishing the chance to launch his comeback against England's "pretty" wingers on Saturday.
Ioane, who will line up opposite Chris Ashton at Twickenham after missing his country's last two matches with a knee injury, said: "The England wingers are pretty, really good-looking. I just can't wait to go against them."
The tourists still have concerns over flanker David Pocock, who missed the defeat in Paris because of a calf injury.
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