England team 'excited about France Six Nations game'
People with Six Nations 2012 tickets to the England v France game in Paris this weekend will find the English team in good spirits.
This is the claim of the side's head coach Stuart Lancaster, who watched his players lose a match for the first time during this year's tournament on February 25th when Wales beat them 19-12.
He said the team was "really disappointed" by the defeat, but after a good week of training in a camp in Loughborough, they feel ready to take on France.
"It will be a massive challenge ... but we are excited about the opportunity and want to do the country proud," Lancaster stated.
France are unbeaten so far in this year's Six Nations, although they drew against Ireland last weekend.
England will be facing them at the Stade de France in Paris on Sunday (March 11th).
Lancaster said the same players will be taking to the field as in the Wales game, saying they "took a lot out of the performance".
England v Ireland rugby tickets are available for the side's final game of the championship, which will be held at Twickenham on March 17th.
Posted by Claire Charpentier