Stuart Lancaster: Ireland can beat England at Twickenham
Leinster head coach believes Andy Farrell’s side have the personnel to upset the odds
Robbie Henshaw is tackled by Hadleigh Parkes during Ireland’s win over Wales. Photograph: Donall Farmer/PA
As someone who coached England for four years and is now in his fourth year coaching Leinster, Stuart Lancaster is better placed than most to run the rule over the pivotal meeting between England and Ireland at Twickenham in the Six Nations on Sunday week.
In five meetings with Ireland, Lancaster had a 4-1 win-loss record including three out of three at Twickenham, but he believes Ireland have a good chance after last Saturday’s 24-14 win over Wales.