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New Zealand cemented their place in the 2014 Four Nations final with a 16-14 victory over England in Dunedin.
George Burgess says England have put the loss to Australia behind them as they prepare for their clash with New Zealand.
England coach Steve McNamara has named an unchanged side for Saturday’s must-win Four Nations clash with New Zealand.
Sean O’Loughlin is confident England can quickly recover from Sunday's shattering defeat to Australia.
England forwards Sean O'Loughlin and Liam Farrell will be available for Saturday's Four Nations clash with New Zealand.
James Graham calls for England's overseas players to draw on local knowledge as they target maiden Four Nations title
- Smith relishing Australia task
- Australia v England: Teams
- Edwards backing for England
- Ferres gunning for Australia
- Taking the big stage
- England outvoted over referee
- Tomkins eyes wounded Kangaroos
- England up for Australia test
- England scrape past Samoa
- McNamara: We'll respect Samoa
- McNamara: Win was everything
- England v Samoa: Teams
- 2014 Four Nations preview
- Westerman honoured by Burgess
- Burgess wins RLIF award
- Farrell feels for Whitehead
- Improved Shenton ready to shine
- McNamara hopeful on O'Loughlin
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Sam Burgess has been named on Bath's replacements bench for Friday's clash with Harlequins at the Recreation Ground and much is expected of the former rugby league star known as 'Slammin Sam'.
There’s not many sports people that can teach a rugby league team how to be more physical, but the Warrington Wolves have found just the thing.
In the most competitive tournament since it was regularised in 2009, all four teams go into this weekend's final round-robin fixtures in the Four Nations Series with a chance of reaching the final in Wellington on Saturday week.
He is only 22 but George Burgess already sees himself as one of England's senior players looking to carve out a place in rugby league history.
Sky Sports will show more rugby league than ever before next year, with around 100 live matches from the First Utility Super League, Kingstone Press Championship, Challenge Cup and World Club Series.
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