Wales full-back Gareth Anscombe ruled out of Sunday's Six Nations opener against Ireland due to tight hamstring.
Ireland begin their quest for an historic third successive Six Nations crown when they face Wales on Sunday.
Eddie Jones' England passed their first test by beating Scotland 15-9 in the opening round of the Six Nations at Murrayfield.
Rieko Ioane's last-gasp try gave New Zealand a 27-24 win over Australia in the inaugural Sydney Sevens.
England coach Eddie Jones picked out his side's set-piece play as the deciding factor in their 15-9 victory over Scotland.
Relive the action as Eddie Jones' England win 15-9 against Scotland at Murrayfield.
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