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<b>9 Ben Youngs (England)</b><br/>
You need to pick the half-backs as a pair, which means Youngs gets my call. They are comfortable with each other and have already gelled. He has not set the world alight with his breaks in this campaign, which he can do, but he has been rock-steady. He has been distributing some quality ball and at good speed. Mike Phillips and Danny Care will fight him for the spot.

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