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France head coach Guy Noves has classed England alongside New Zealand by admitting they were the two teams everyone wanted to miss in the Rugby World Cup draw.
Unfortunately for France and Noves, Eddie Jones' back-to-back RBS 6 Nations champions landed alongside Les Bleus in Pool C for the 2019 tournament.
With Argentina also in the same section along with qualifiers from the Americas and Oceania, it promises to be a challenging pool for all teams involved, with two places for the quarter-finals on offer.
Noves looked to paint a positive picture of France's draw, but he made it clear England were a side he would rather not have been pitted against.
"We were eagerly looking forward to this draw," Noves said.
"Our pool is very balanced and will allow us to have tough matches from the start of the tournament.
"England were, with New Zealand, the scarecrow that everyone wanted to avoid.
"We've got them in our pool. We're aware the match against Argentina is going to be decisive. We competed with them last year, as we did against England this year."
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Harlequins are confident that Danny Care will recover from his stomach muscle injury in time for England's tour to Argentina.
Care has been ruled out of Saturday's finale to the Aviva Premiership season at Northampton because of an oblique problem sustained against Wasps eight days earlier.
The Quins captain lasted only 24 minutes against the league leaders before being replaced, but he should be fit in time to face the Pumas over two Tests next month.
"Danny is expected to make a full recovery ahead of England's tour to Argentina," a club statement read.
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Wasps have tweeted their disappointment at Joe Launchbury's omission from the British & Irish Lions squad for this summer's tour of New Zealand.
The forward was not named in Warren Gatland's 41-man squad despite impressing for England in their victorious Six Nations campaign earlier this year.
All gobsmacked here that Joe Launchbury wont be with @lionsofficial. 2 motm's in a 6 Nations winning campaign & player of the comp nominee
The Wasps player is yet to comment on being left out, but was quick to praise team-mate Elliot Daly, who made the cut.
Dylan Hartley also misses out and he becomes the third successive England captain not to make the tour, following in the footsteps of Chris Robshaw and Steve Borthwick.
However, the Six Nations champions still supply the largest contingent, numbering 16 players.
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