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Steve Borthwick's side will hope to take bronze medals from Pumas rematch in Paris


🔴📺Argentina vs England Live


🔴📺Argentina vs England Live


England conclude their Rugby World Cup campaign with a bronze final - or third-place play-off - showdown with Argentina in Paris tonight. This is not a game that Steve Borthwick's side will have wanted to play in after their agonising last-gasp defeat by defending champions South Africa in last weekend's controversial semi-final, but on a wider scale their involvement in this fixture shows just how much swift progress has been made at this tournament.


Borthwick has named a curiously mixed side of old and new for this last assignment, with the likes of record caps holder Ben Youngs making his final England appearance as the likes of Marcus Smith, Henry Arundell and Sam Underhill all start. Tom Curry also retains his place after his allegations against Springboks hooker Bongi Mbonambi.


England will want a repeat performance of their Pool D opener in Marseille last month, when George Ford's boot guided them to an impressive 27-10 win over flat Argentina - hammered by New Zealand in their own semi-final - despite Curry's early red card. Follow Argentina vs England live below, with expert analysis from Standard Sport's Nick Purewal at the Stade de France.


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Standard Sport's Nick Purewal at the Stade de France


So the game no one wants to end up in, but also that no one wants to lose.


The third-place play-off, rebranded as the bronze final, is here at the World Cup.


England need to sign off in style against Argentina, the team they beat 27-10 in Marseille back on September 9.


A clutch of players have the chance to end their Test careers with a win in Paris tonight, while the new generation of Red Rose men will want to set the tone for the future.


Provided England have been able to refresh themselves mentally and physically after that agonising 16-15 semi-final defeat by South Africa, they should win here.

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