Autumn Nations Cup Betting Tips & Predictions

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The Autumn Nations Cup comes to a close this weekend with England and France battling it out on Sunday to be crowned champions. Get BettingPro.com's predictions and tips for all the games this weekend.

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Autumn Nations Cup Predictions & Tips: England v France (Sunday 14:00 GMT)

The winner of England versus France at Twickenham on Sunday will be crowned Autumn Nations Cup champions.

England are currently on a five-game unbeaten run and they finished top of Group A thanks to wins over Georgia, Ireland and Wales.

France are also unbeaten in their last four matches and come into this one on the back of 36-5 win over Italy.

England coach Eddie Jones has made just one change to his team that defeated Wales last weekend. The injured Jonathan Joseph drops out with Anthony Watson replacing him on the wing.

France coach Fabien Galthie has opted to name an inexperienced team for the Twickenham clash, with six changes being made from the team that beat Italy.

Galthie kind of has his hands tied as an agreement between the French federation and the Top 14 clubs meant that no player could play in more than three matches this autumn.

Selevasio Tolofua is the only uncapped player to start the game, while the most experienced player in the team is full-back Brice Dulin with 30 caps.

France came out on top the last time these two met in the Six Nations, winning 24-17. Since then England have not lost a single game, and I expect them to get a measure of revenge when they clash on Sunday.

England are technically at full strength, and I am backing them to win this one by 13+ points, while I expect winger Watson to take advantage of his call-up with a try at any time during the 80 minutes.