5 Potential England Call-Ups?


The Denver test is just around the corner and quite a few players look to be trying to stake a claim to an England jersey, here's five players who definitely deserve a spot in the team who aren't current regulars.


5. Jake Connor - Hull FC

Love him or hate him there's no denying the talent that the Black and White's utility holds, a strong aggressive runner with an eye for the try line and a good pair of hands, he's pretty much every wingers dream partner. Some people wouldn't give him a spot based purely on his aggravating attitude, however, if he gets in his opposition's head it could really throw their game off.


4. Tom Johnstone - Wakefield Trinity

One contender for the wing is Tom Johnstone, he's quick, he's strong and he knows how to finish. The Wakefield Wing Wizard has 8 tries in 10 games this season so far after a triumphant return from  a sever knee injury. At 22 years old Johnstone still has plenty of time to break into the England squad but he will definitely be on the watch list.


3. Adam Milner - Castleford Tigers

This choice will no doubt raise a few eyebrows but I'm a big fan of Adam Milner, he's got a great work ethic, runs good hard lines and makes very good decisions in play that often lead to try scoring opportunities. With Ben Currie out injured to me he looks like an ideal replacement, he's quick, has a good pair of hands and could give the Kiwi's real problems when attacking the line.


2. Josh Charnley - Warrington Wolves

Josh Charnley was an England regular until his switch to Rugby Union and could well be the man to take the right wing spot in Jermaine McGilvary's absence. Charnley had a very good strike rate for England, playing 8 games and scoring 9 tries and the big winger is hardly out of form 3 years later with 6 tries in 6 games for Warrington.




1. Paul McShane - Castleford Tigers


The Tigers' hooker has been sensational over the last few years but has very much seemed to have gone under the radar, on stats he blows backup hooker Daryl Clark out the water, Clark 14 games 2 tries and 2 try assists, McShane 14 games, 6 tries, 4 try assists. McShane is also very versatile and is no stranger to the halves which provides added cover in case of injury.

Who do you think is due an England Jersey?

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