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In this week’s bumper RFU Podcast we hear from Harlequins flanker Chris Robshaw, Exeter skipper Tommy Hayes, London Wasps’ match winner Elliot Daly, Saracens centre Brad Barritt, England U18’s pair Ross Moriarty and fly half Billy Burns, Sevens flier Charlie Walker and more.
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Harlequins face the difficult task of taming Jonny Wilkinson’s Toulon in this weekend’s Amlin Challenge Cup quarter-final clash, but England and Quins captain Chris Robshaw insists that his side have got what it takes.
“We’re really excited to go down there,” he said. “We know that it will be a massive challenge, the atmosphere in the south of France is always great. They have some big names on their team sheets and some serious internationals, but hopefully we can push on and get the result.
“It was great to get the win against Saracens at Wembley last weekend, credit to everyone and it’s now all about building up that momentum as we look ahead to the Toulon game. It’s knockout rugby now and it’s about going there and firing all our bullets, we need to look after ourselves and leave nothing on the pitch.”
Also in this week’s podcast
Chiefs in action: We hear from Exeter captain Tommy Hayes ahead of his side’s Amlin Challenge Cup game against Stade Francais
Daly’s sting: London Wasps centre Elliot Daly previews his side’s European match against Biarritz
Barritt reflects: England and Sarries centre Brad Barritt takes a look back on a whirlwind few months
Under 18s in action: Ross Moriarty and Billy Burns speak to us after defeating Wales in the FIRA/AER semi final and look ahead to playing Ireland on Saturday
Walking on sunshine: England Sevens man Charlie Walker talks about winning the Under 20 Six Nations and his experiences with Ben Ryan’s Sevens side
Daily Mail RBS schools day: We get all the reaction from the games played at Twickenham on Wednesday afternoon