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British and Irish Lions hooker Tom Youngs has praised Mako Vunipola for bouncing back from a stuttering start against Australia in the second Test in Melbourne.
Tom Youngs insists there is "much more to come" from the British and Irish Lions as they look to secure a series victory against Australia.
Tom Youngs will complete his remarkable rise from club centre to British and Irish Lions Test hooker when they take on Australia in the opening test at the Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane on Saturday.
The curtain will finally fall on the Aviva Premiership season on Saturday when East Midlands rivals Leicester and Northampton clash at Twickenham.
British and Irish Lions brothers Ben and Tom Youngs admit they cannot wait to get on the plane to Australia.
Hot Wasps prospect Christian Wade is one of six nominees for this season's Aviva Premiership player of the season award.
Tom Youngs insists England will face the "biggest game of their lives" when they tackle Wales in Cardiff on Saturday.
Brothers Tom and Ben Youngs have committed their futures to Leicester after signing new long-term deals with the club.
Tom Youngs has revealed his love for the new role of hooker despite a painful introduction ahead of his England debut on Saturday.
Leicester hooker Tom Youngs will make his England Test debut in Saturday's International against Fiji at Twickenham.
Uncapped trio Joe Launchbury, Mako Vunipola and Tom Youngs have been included in England's squad to play Fiji on Saturday.
The man synonymous with green 13 will play his final game for Ireland on Saturday against France at the Stade de France in Paris - the venue where he first burst onto the scene in 2000.
England remain in Six Nations title contention as they head for Rome for the final game of the Championship.
Ireland have been playing well and will head to Paris with a real chance of winning the Six Nations on Saturday.
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