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Owen Farrell working on World Cup tackle technique

England captain Owen Farrell has corrected his technique in fear of falling foul of World Rugby’s crackdown on dangerous play.
Farrell was guilty of reckless no-arms challenges against South Africa and Australia last autumn – though he escaped penalty for both – to increase concerns over his risky manner of stopping opponents.
World Rugby are determined to rid the game of touch and also in May issued a directive for officiating tackles and shoulder charges clarifying the process, including the broader use of cards.
While England head coach Eddie Jones is concerned that games risk being”ruined” with a poor decision by officials, he’s also seen the importance of refining Farrell’s approach.
“Owen is not overly focused on that place, but he’s made some alterations,” said defence coach John Mitchell.
“John Carrington, our strength and conditioning coach, will also be my support defence and he is very good at working on undertake technique. Some alterations have been made by them based on this [last autumn].
“There can be mitigating circumstances, but when your hands are facing your shoulder you’ve got a better chance of creating a suitable wrap tackle.
“If your knee is ahead of your palms, then the law does not look after you very well.”
Mitchell insists every team will input Japan 2019 with an awareness of uncertainty over how the officiating will play out in practice.
“It’s at the back of everybody’s head and there’s some apprehension about it,” Mitchell added.
“You are only going to need to deal with whatever happens. There’ll definitely be some apprehension around – is it going to be like this?’ .
“You’d love to think that because then there has been studying, a little bit more common sense and you will hear the words’mitigating circumstances’.”
England begin their World Cup campaign against Tonga.

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