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Top Stats:
Carries
Line Breaks
Tackles Completed
Turnovers Lost
Turnovers Won
Attack:
Carries
Kicks
Passes
Metres Carried
Line Breaks
Offloads
Defenders Beaten
Try Assists
Tries
Turnovers Lost
Carries Per Minute
Defence:
Tackles Made
Tackles Missed
Tackles Completed
Dominant Tackles
Turnovers Won
Ruck Turnovers
Lineouts Won
Total Tackles Per Minute
Discipline:
Red Cards
Yellow Cards
Penalties Conceded
All
All
England
Samoa
1
Duncan Paia'aua
13
2
Tumua Manu
12
3
Freddie Steward
11
4
Danny Toala
10
5
Theo McFarland
10
6
Jamie George
9
7
Lima Sopoaga
9
8
Sama Malolo
9
9
Michael Alaalatoa
8
10
Fritz Lee
8
11
Manu Tuilagi
7
12
Ollie Chessum
7
13
Joe Marchant
6
14
Ellis Genge
6
15
Ben Earl
6
16
Nigel Ah Wong
6
17
Danny Care
5
18
Brian Alainu'uese
5
19
Jonny May
4
20
Alex Mitchell
4
21
Maro Itoje
4
22
George Martin
4
23
Billy Vunipola
4
24
Neria Fomai
4
25
Steven Luatua
4
26
Jordan Lay
3
27
Seilala Lam
3
28
Paul Alo-Emile
3
29
Melani Matavao
3
30
Miracle Faiilagi
3
31
Owen Farrell
2
32
George Ford
2
33
Dan Cole
2
34
Tom Curry
2
35
Samuel Slade
2
36
Courtney Lawes
1
37
Joe Marler
1
38
Kyle Sinckler
1
39
Marcus Smith
1
40
Ollie Lawrence
1
41
Jonathan Taumateine
1

Carries Carries

1
Duncan Paia'aua
13
2
Tumua Manu
12
3
Freddie Steward
11

Line Breaks Line Breaks

1
Freddie Steward
2
2
Manu Tuilagi
2
3
Lima Sopoaga
2

Tackles Completed Tackles Completed

1
Ben Earl
16
2
Fritz Lee
14
3
Owen Farrell
13

Turnovers Lost Turnovers Lost

1
Lima Sopoaga
4
2
Owen Farrell
3
3
Alex Mitchell
2

Turnovers Won Turnovers Won

1
Alex Mitchell
2
2
Maro Itoje
2
3
Joe Marchant
1

Dominant Tackles Dominant Tackles

1
Fritz Lee
2
2
Jamie George
1
3
Maro Itoje
1

Match Summary

2
Penalty Goals
1
2
Tries
2
1
Conversions
2
0
Drop Goals
0
92
Carries
110
8
Line Breaks
7
16
Turnovers Lost
12
7
Turnovers Won
5

Territory

22%
27%
19%
32%
England
Samoa
51%
Territory
49%

Possession

England
13%
23%
41%
24%
Samoa
10%
26%
35%
28%
England
Samoa
54%
Possession Last 10 min
46%
55%
Possession
45%

Set Plays

10
Scrums
6
80%
Scrum Win %
83%
20
Lineout
12
85%
Lineout Win %
92%
5
Restarts Received
5
100%
Restarts Received Win %
100%

Attack

113
Passes
135
92
Ball Carries
110
259m
Post Contact Metres
265m
8
Line Breaks
7

Turnovers

7
Turnovers Won
5
16
Turnovers Lost
12

Penalties

9
Penalties Conceded
14
0
Yellow Cards
1
0
Red Cards
0

Defence

126
Tackles Made
104
15
Tackles Missed
26
89%
Tackle Completion %
80%

Kicks

25
Total Kicks
25
1:4.5
Kick To Pass Ratio
1:5.4

Other Fixtures

Comments

5 Comments
J
Jon 286 days ago

Who was the ref? Felt England were able to abuse him much more.

A good battle from teams outside the top 8, rugby world needs teams like these making the other games a contest worth watching. Felt England put too much on their plate to also cope with what Samoa was able to bring. Samoa really lacking the usual sort of threats they bring to a WC but have (‘had’, now) enough around the park that if things had of gone their way they could have made the playoffs through this more ‘conventional’ play.

a
ant 286 days ago

England can make semi finals..then will be crushed wth at least 35 points

C
Cam 289 days ago

England have been improving with every game in the tournament thus far and Samoa have their work cut out. Not impossible- but it's going to be a big ask.

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