England coaches for Six Nations revealed
Those enjoying corporate hospitality at Twickenham for England's Six Nations games in the new year against Wales and Ireland now know who the side will be coached by.
The Rugby Football Union (RFU) has appointed an interim staff for the tournament, led by Stuart Lancaster, who is currently head coach of England Saxons and RFU head of elite player development.
He will be assisted by Graham Rowntree and Andy Farrell, who will be on secondment from Premiership side Saracens.
Lancaster said there is good reason to be optimistic about the England team, noting that despite the Rugby World Cup failure the side has still won ten out of 13 games this year.
"We have a promising group of players to go forward with and the challenge for Graham, Andy and myself is to get the best out of them," he commented.
Players under the spotlight will include Mike Tindall, who was recently reinstated in the Elite Player Squad after being suspended from it for a disciplinary incident in New Zealand.
By Liz Johnstone