England take time out ahead of All Blacks Test
rfu.com and James Mortimer 11 Nov 2013 Getty Images
English second five-eighth Billy Twelvetrees says the belief is there that England can repeat that magnificent victory.
He added: “We’ve beaten an incredibly good Australia side at home despite not being as good as we can be and now a very strong Argentina side who have a great pack. We put them to the sword in the first half if we’re honest.
We’ve confident to have two from two in this autumn series. We’ve set goals for ourselves and another one next week is to beat New Zealand.
“The belief is there, that was proven last year, proven throughout the summer and proven this autumn so far. The boys believe it; it’s about doing it on the pitch. We’ll be quietly confident, we’ll rest up, work hard in the week and look forward to a big game.”
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