Accusations that England sent a spy to the camp of upcoming Rugby World Cup opponents Australia have been denied.
According to Neil Syson in the Sun, a man with a camera was chased by security guards after being found spying on Australia’s closed training session from nearby bushes.
Per Syson, Australia officials reported the incident to Rugby World Cup chiefs and England have been accused of tasking the man to gather tactical information for them ahead of their must-win clash against them on Saturday.
However, the Rugby Football Union and World Rugby have denied any such accusations, per Sky Sports News HQ: “No complaint has been made and no team is being investigated.”
England go up against the Wallabies in Pool A at Twickenham with the hosts needing a win to keep their 2015 Rugby World Cup hopes alive after a devastating defeat to Wales.
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