England look for luck and form ahead of encounter with Italy

England has put up a fairly impressive show with the group of young talent in the Six Nations Rugby championship. Stuart Lancaster’s side put up a great performance against the Wales team but the coach was ready to admit that it was a very tense affair for them as their hearts was in their mouths in the must win situation for the team. Wales struggled as their better players like Gethin Jenkins and Adam Jones failed to deliver the goods. England cashed in on the opportunity to continue their dominance over their neighboring country. The captain Chris Robshaw put up a strong performance and never let his side down. Owen Farrell was the outstanding performer for the team who displayed great skills and ability. Roman Poite, the French referee took some important decisions that raised the controversy surrounding the match.

In spite of the gritty performance of his side Lancaster remains worry about his chances in the Six Nations championship. This is because Ireland is in a much better position than them in the table according to the points. Even if England wins all their matches Ireland will be able to topple them with a narrow victory over the French. However the return of important players to the English side will boost their confidence. The likes of Manu Tuilagi, Marland Yarde, Tom Croft and Alex Corbisiero will surely be adding a greater dimension to the game of their team. The players and their coach are confident of their success but there is no denying the fact that they will also look forward to the other game as it will play a major role in determining their fortunes. The fans will be rooting for their favorite stars and hoping for an even better performance from the team as they keep their fingers crossed for some luck.