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PODCAST - "It doesn't get much bigger," says Burns

30 November 2012

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Freddie Burns and Owen Farrell talk to Stuart Lancaster

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On this week's Podcast we hear from both fly halves looking to make their mark against New Zealand this weekend, with IRB World Player of the Year nominee Owen Farrell and Aviva Premiership Player of the Month Freddie Burns giving us the lowdown.

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England face the All Blacks on Saturday looking to secure their second win of the QBE Internationals, but uncapped Burns is under no illusions as to the size of the task ahead.

Gloucester Rugby fly half Freddie Burns at England training

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"It's doesn't get much bigger than this to be honest," he said. "I'm really excited, we're at home in front of 82,000 fans and it's going to be a great occasion. I've been happy with my form so far this season and Saturday is a real opportunity for me."

Farrell, making his first start of the autumn series, added: "What a game to come back for. It's a massive challenge, but one we're really looking forward to. I've been waiting for the opportunity but Toby has been playing well, I'm just looking forward to getting out there and showing what I can do."

Also on this week's Podcast:

  • Former All Black and London Irish forward Bryn Evans gives us his view ahead of Saturday's clash
  • We hear from England Women's players Jo Watmore and Sarah Hunter ahead of their game against the New Zealand Black Ferns on Saturday
  • England Sevens are in action in Dubai this weekend and we hear from new boy in the squad Ollie Marchon

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