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England v South Africa - In numbers

Published 10/11/2016

South Africa's record win over England featured two tries for Bryan Habana
South Africa's record win over England featured two tries for Bryan Habana

England take on South Africa at Twickenham on Saturday.

Here, Press Association Sport takes a numerical look at the fixture:

12 - England's winless run against the Springboks, with only a 14-14 tie in 2012 to show for those fixtures.

15-6 - South Africa's winning margin in the 2007 World Cup final against England.

58-10 - The Boks produced their record win against England in May 2007, Bryan Habana with two of their seven tries.

9 - England have won all nine of their games in 2016, since the appointment of Eddie Jones as coach last November.

106 - England's points in their three-match tour of Australia in June, winning 39-28, 23-7 and 44-40.

8 - Players handed England debuts under Jones - Jack Clifford, Paul Hill, Maro Itoje, Elliot Daly, Teimana Harrison, Ollie Devoto, Ellis Genge and Tommy Taylor.

7 - More could follow, with uncapped septet Josh Beaumont, Charlie Ewels, Mike Haley, Nathan Hughes, Alex Lozowski, Kyle Sinckler and Ben Te'o named in Jones' squad for the autumn internationals.

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