Courtney Lawes says England are prepared for potentially typhoon-hit France clash

England lock Courtney Lawes states when needed the team are prepared to perform in bad weather conditions from France on Saturday.
The build-up into the World Cup Pool C decider has been dominated by the danger of Super Typhoon Hagibis.
Early reports suggest it may be one of the most aggressive typhoons ever recorded, which is on course to wipe out both weekend games being played at Yokohama.
In which it could have a significant influence on the all-Six Nations clash of England, Irelands crunch fixture from Samoa had threatened on Saturday at Fukuoka but is currently moving towards Yokohama and Tokyo.
We only go with the flow, its everything you can do, so we cant control the weather. Were ready to perform in bad conditions or when the match does not go ahead then we must deal with this, Lawes told Sky Sports.
However, he did acknowledge the reduced temperatures could operate in Englands favor:It is definitely more familiar. Not mine necessarily but were prepared to play in anything.
Lewis Ludlam is among those newest faces which makes a significant effect from Eddie Jones squad and Lawes believes theunbelievable 23-year-old will possess long career in international rugby.
Its not merely his very first World Cup, it is his first campaign with the team, he said.
He has only been thrown into the limelight and hes dealing with it great. The thing that he has got on his side is that he is an incredible player. As long as he continues playing to his strengths he will be here a very long moment.

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