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Eddie Jones warns Australia: ‘England will break you physically and mentally’

England head coach Eddie Jones during training

The acrimonious buildup to England’s final autumn Test against Australia looks set to spill over on to the pitch after Eddie Jones warned the Wallabies his side would look to “break them mentally and physically”. The lock George Kruis indicated the home team would be looking to “target their puppet masters” and extend their unbeaten run to a record-equalling 14 Tests.

Massimo Luongo: the Socceroos star doing it for himself at QPR

Queens Park Rangers' Massimo Luongo in action with Norwich City's Alexander Tettey

The Championship may be the fourth most-watched league in Europe, but received wisdom is that, for a footballer’s international future, it’s a black hole. The Premier League, or at least one of Europe’s premier leagues, is thought of as the place to be in order to further one’s ambitions. But for QPR midfielder Massimo Luongo, that’s not necessarily the case.

Nick Kyrgios and Andy Murray: the bromance capable of saving a career

Nick Kyrgios

It was a three-word tweet which spoke volumes. No sooner had Andy Murray completed his remarkable ascension to the top of men’s tennis, Nick Kyrgios paid homage on social media. “U the man” wrote the Australian before posting a picture of him rubbing Murray’s head. A heartwarming tennis “bromance” for the ages.

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England head coach Eddie Jones during training

Eddie Jones warns Australia: ‘England will break you physically and mentally’

The acrimonious buildup to England’s final autumn Test against Australia looks set to spill over on to the pitch after Eddie Jones warned the Wallabies his side would look to “break them mentally and physically”. The lock George Kruis indicated the home team would be looking to “target their puppet masters” and extend their unbeaten run to a record-equalling 14 Tests.

Queens Park Rangers' Massimo Luongo in action with Norwich City's Alexander Tettey

Massimo Luongo: the Socceroos star doing it for himself at QPR

The Championship may be the fourth most-watched league in Europe, but received wisdom is that, for a footballer’s international future, it’s a black hole. The Premier League, or at least one of Europe’s premier leagues, is thought of as the place to be in order to further one’s ambitions. But for QPR midfielder Massimo Luongo, that’s not necessarily the case.