That why these games are fundamentally meaningless. Show the Welsh a white shirt in a RWC QF and you'll see a totally different animal. From an English perspective a few things stood out. Daly is not, has never been and will never be a full back. If Brown's out of the equation Watson must start there. May is nailed on, which leaves a fight for a wing berth. Daly isn't a natural winger either and if you play him that's 3 sprinters which is unbalanced. For all I've said about Nowell's lack of pace I'd play him over Daly on the wing any day. Personally I'd start Joe, raw for sure, but brings an entirely different set of problems. A quote from the Guardian sums up what I've always felt about Binny. After talking about the way Davies handed him off: "Vunipola might be said to represent this England vintage, devastating in attack but all too easily confounded in defence. He was flummoxed again when George North picked and went in the second half for his try". There's more to being a rugby player than being a force of nature. Hope Curry's fine. He's increasingly looking like the real deal. Scrummaging was good. The more locks the better!