Will Joseph and Henry Arandell have to be called up to England a few hours before they reach the London Irish in the Premier League Cup final – the teenage defenders are expected to take a place on Eddie Jones’ final coaching squad.
- London Irish stars Will Joseph and Henry Arundel to gather in England
- On Tuesday, the pair will be included in a training team named Eddie Jones
- In a few hours they will meet Worcester in the Premier League Cup final
- In recent weeks, the noise about the inclusion of Arandel has intensified
- Joseph drew attention in the Irish Cup and will be hoping for the final again
Two London Irish prodigies have a significant day ahead, as Will Joseph – Jonathan’s younger brother – has to join Henry Arandel to get a call to England before they both start in the Premier League Cup final.
Adolescent defenders are expected to be included in the coaching staff named head coach. Eddie Jones on Tuesday morning. A few hours after this approval of their electric potential the couple lined up at a club that hosts Worcester with an internal trophy.
In recent weeks, there has been growing noise over the inclusion of Arandel amid competing interest from Scotland and Wales, which he also claims through grandparents. But, according to the first forecast Sports Mail Last month, Jones moved quickly to avoid the threat of losing X-Factor talent.
London Irish prodigies Will Joseph (right) and Henry Arundel must be called to England
Although next week is just a short training camp in London, England fans will be excited by the prospect that Arandell will get to a test series party in Australia.
His thorough attempt in Toulon nine days ago demonstrated his speed, footwork and predatory instincts – and increased the 19-year-old’s chances of making an early debut in the tests.
Joseph, who is also 19, boasts the ability to run in midfield, which echoes the ability of his older brother and sister. He drew attention in the Irish Cup race and will hopefully do so again Tuesday night against a full-fledged Worcester who welcomes Olli Lawrence to the bench.
Jones will use the camp next week to evaluate various contenders for the tour, in the competition also favored half of Leicester Jack van Purtwlitt.
Eddie Jones is expected to include both players in his last England squad in training on Tuesday