EDDIE Jones admitted he was not “happy” after a humbling record defeat to a ruthless Barbarians side at Twickenham.
Despite losing Australian Will Skelton to a first-half red card, the Baa-Baas went on to run in eight tries in the England coach’s heaviest defeat since taking charge in 2015.
England will be looking to Marcus Smith to repeat his talismanic Six Nations performances[/caption]
Skelton’s dismissal was the first time in history a Barbarians player was shown a red card.
Yet the French-dominated side, coached by France head coach Fabien Galthie, notched up six further tries while a man down.
The Red Roses are due to depart for Australia for a three-Test series against the Wallabies.
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What time does England vs Barbarians kick off?
- England take on the Barbarians on TODAY – Sunday, June 19.
- The match kicks off at 3pm.
- It takes place at Twickenham.
- England’s last match against the Barbarians took place in 2019 when they ran out 51-43 winners.
What TV channel is England vs Barbarians on and can I live stream it?
- England vs Barbarians is live on Amazon Prime Video.
- Coverage commences at 2pm – one hour before kick-off.
Can I watch England vs Barbarians for free?
- Yes. First-time subscribers can get a 30-day FREE trial of Amazon Prime Video.
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