Billy Vunipola has won his battle to be fit for England’s World Cup quarter-final in Oita Stadium from Australia.
Vunipola came during the week Wednesday’s training session to finish his comeback from the ankle sprain suffered.
Head coach Eddie Jones is likely as part of a unchanged starting XV understanding the Saracens No 8 may be an integral advantage against the Wallabies, to name Vunipola in the rear row.
His team is announced by jones on Thursday and there is predicted to be an adjustment on the bench with Jack Nowell losing out to a hamstring injury, making an opportunity for Jonathan Joseph.
Vunipola’s Saracens team-mate Maro Itojeis ready to adopt the biggest game of his profession admitting the looming conflict with Australia is win or bust.
England will be looking to complete a successive victory over the Wallabies, who enter the experience battle-hardened by a more demanding group campaign.
Jones replaced Stuart Lancaster four years back stating his aim was to steer England to World Cup glory which dream could possibly be reduced to rubble on Saturday. Itoje understands the stakes are high.
“It seems enormous. This is a situation I have not been in before, and that’s partially the reason it’s really exciting for me personally,” that the Lions lock said.
“When you’re in it, you don’t think about tomorrow or what I did three years ago.
“What is important is what is in front of you and what you must handle. Come Saturday, it’ll be the biggest.
“it is a bit more enjoyable now. Now that it’s knockout rugby there’s no tomorrow here. It is do or die. There’s no’we’ll get it a week’. It is about performing.”

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