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Will Greenwood believes it will be a major upset if England do not beat South Africa at Twickenham on Saturday. http://www.jetsrookiestore.com/Jets-Brian-Winters-Jersey/ . England have not beaten the Springboks since 2006 but have won 10 games in a row - nine under Eddie Jones and their last World Cup pool game against Uruguay. LISTEN: Rugby Union podcast Will Greenwood on Irelands historic victory over the All Blacks, and England v South Africa South Africa have lost four out of their last five games and seem to have lost their direction as they look to re-build under Allister Coetzee, and Greenwood feels they are there for the taking. They [South Africa] have a good record against England so you cant underestimate them, but having said that it will be a major upset and a huge disappointment if England dont win, said Greenwood. England vs South Africa November 12, 2016, 2:00pm Live on Get Sky Sports Get a Sky Sports pass England will start red-hot favourites. They have some injury problems with Maro Itoje and George Kruis out injured and James Haskell still out with his toe injury, but it is a really good time to be an England fan, because you have plenty of options.Greenwood says those options will be crucial for Jones to get right, especially in the second row and uses Irelands historic win over New Zealand to show how important the lock pairing will be.Ireland were magnificent in Chicago and a lot of that was started at the lineout, explained Greenwood.New Zealand went into that game missing their starting second rowers - Luke Romano, Brodie Retallick and Sam Whitelock. Ireland swarmed all over them, nicked their ball and New Zealand could just not get any possession. Josh Beaumont (R) and Joe Launchbury (L) compete in the air during an England training session Joe Launchbury will definitely start in the second row - he has been going fantastically well for Wasps. It is who goes with him that will be interesting - Dave Attwood is right up there and playing very well for Bath. Courtney Lawes has been our go to enforcer but it all depends on whether Eddie feels that he has had enough game time.What we do know about Jones though, is that he is confident enough to watch training and tell whether a player is ready or not - whether they have had four minutes or 15 games on the trot.Owen Farrell has not had that much game time but he will come straight back in - I imagine it will be the Ford, Farrell and Joseph combination. Will Tom Wood start in the backrow for England? A lot of units will come back together - Vunipola and Robshaw at 6 and 8 - who fills the No 7 jersey though? Will it be Tom Wood or Teimana Harrison?Greenwood got up close and personal with the Springboks during their 31-31 draw against the Barbarians. The 2003 World Cup winner was part of the Baa-Baas coaching team and was their waterboy at Wembley as well.The Boks have some talent - they really have got some power and they are huge, huge men.This kid Rohan Janse van Rensburg who played in the centre against the Barbarians is 5ft 10in and over 17 stone. How can you be 5ft 10in, 17 stone and run like a train? Hes like a warthog! Watch this classic Baa-Baas performance as they drew with South Africa at Wembley Their raw ingredients are exceptional and as an incredibly proud rugby nation they did not play fantastically well - they coughed up a lot of ball which gave us the chance to counter attack. But what I love about the Springboks, and I told the boys, is that they will keep on coming at you.However I think that England, after winning all those games are confident enough to drop players in and out whereas South Africa are still trying to find the confidence to make changes and hit the ground running.Watch England v South Africa live on Sky Sports 1 HD on Saturday from 2pm. Watch on NOW TV for £6.99. No contract. Also See: Vunipola ready for brutal Boks England trio up for top award Rugby on Sky Follow @SkySportsRugby http://www.jetsrookiestore.com/Jets-Wesley-Walker-Jersey/ . The 15th-ranked Canadian men lost the opening two games of their European tour: 19-15 to No. 17 Georgia and 21-20 to No. http://www.jetsrookiestore.com/Hoodie/ . Now that hes hitting streaking teammates with pin-point passes for easy layups, Love is asserting himself as one of the true superstars in the league. http://www.jetsrookiestore.com/Jets-Jalin-Marshall-Jersey/ . -- There were so many positives from the Orlando Magics first victory of the season that it was hard for coach Jacque Vaughn to stop praising his players. If there was a single swing that made him The King, the driver Arnold Palmer hit on the first hole at Cherry Hills was it.Trailing by seven heading into the final round of the 1960 U.S. Open -- and angered by a sports writer who, during a lunch break, told him he had no chance at a comeback -- Palmer pulled the persimmon wood out on the tee box of the downhill, 346-yard hole. Palmer lashed at the balata-covered ball, which flew through the thin air, into the rough for one small hop, then tumbled onto the green.He made birdie and his greatest comeback was underway. He shot 65 to leapfrog a young amateur named Jack Nicklaus and a legend named Ben Hogan, while leaving the third-round leader, Mike Souchak, three shots behind.Today, theres a plaque commemorating Palmer on the first tee box at Cherry Hills. Two years ago, when the PGA Tour stopped at the iconic course near Denver for a tournament, pros were given a chance to duplicate Palmers shot using persimmon and balata, the way he did back in the day.Nobody could do it.As if there were any doubt: There is no other King.Palmer died Sunday afternoon of complications from heart problems. He was 87. He was admitted to UPMC Hospital in Pittsburgh on Thursday for some cardiovascular work, then weakened.His death brings back waves of memories of his finest performances, none more so that the comeback at Cherry Hills that came during an era when the final 36 holes were played on Saturday and the break between the third and fourth rounds was long enough to grab lunch.Palmer asked sports writers Bob Drum and Dan Jenkins how far they thought a 65 might go in the final round. It would leave him at 280.Doesnt 280 always win the Open? Palmer asked.Yeah, when Hogan shoots it, Jenkins replied.Drums response: Wont do you a damn bit of good.Palmer was so mad, he said, he couldnt finish his hamburger.The exchange with Drum set the fire off inside, not that it wasnt there, Palmer said. All I know is, I was pretty upset.He hit a few practice shots, went to the first tee, and a few hours later, he had his third major championship and first at the U.S. Open.Other victories Palmer will be long remembered for:1954 U.S. Amateur:A 24-year-old Palmer beat Bob Sweeney to win the National Amateur golf championship in Detroit, Michigan on August 28, 1954. The match pitted a graying millionaire playboy against the upstart Palmer in what many dubbed a battle of the classes.1955 Canadian Open:Palmer captured the Canadian Open championship, his first PGA Tour victory, at the Weston Golf Club. Palmer set a record that held for many years as the lowest score- he finished -23 -- in Open history. To celebrate Westons 75th anniversary in 1990, a Skins game was held featuring Arnold Palmer, Mark Calcavecchia, Ray Floyd and Dave Barr.1958 Masters:Palmer arrived at the Masters with eight titles but very little professional major championship experience. He had yet to play in a British Open or PGA Championship, and had finished tied for seventh a yyear earlier at the Masters. http://www.jetsrookiestore.com/Jets-Josh-Martin-Jersey/. A third-round 68 vaulted him into a tie for the lead with Sam Snead.Palmer and Ken Venturi, who was three strokes back, were paired for the final round, and Venturi trailed by just one stroke by the 12th hole. Then Palmers tee shot to the par-3 hole landed behind the green and plugged. Palmer believed he was entitled to relief because the ball was embedded, and Venturi agreed.But the rules official on the scene did not. He ruled Palmer had to play without relief. There was an argument, Palmer eventually played the ball and gouged it out of the turf, hitting a poor chip past the hole, then two-putting for a double-bogey 5.Venturi had made par and assumed the lead. But Palmer announced he was playing a second ball and made par.Venturi has always believed Palmer played the second ball incorrectly.There was never a question in my mind that I wasnt right about the 12th hole, said Palmer, who went on to win by a shot over Fred Hawkins and Doug Ford and by two over Venturi.1960 Masters:Palmer birdied the final two holes to win by one stroke over runner-up Ken Venturi. It was the second of Palmers four Masters victories and the second of his seven major titles.Palmer, age 30 at the time, also won the U.S. Open in 1960 and was the runner-up at the British Open.Palmer was the sole leader after all four rounds and was the second wire-to-wire winner at the Masters, following Craig Wood in 1941. Subsequent wire-to-wire winners were Nicklaus in 1972, Raymond Floyd in 1976, and Jordan Spieth in 2015.1961 British Open:Palmer won the first of two consecutive British Open Championships by finishing one stroke ahead of Dai Rees. Hed been runner-up the year before in his first Open, but the 1961 victory was the fourth of his seven major titles. He was the first American to win the Claret Jug since Ben Hogan in 1953.1962 Masters:Palmer won the first three-way Masters playoff -- beating defending champion Gary Player and Dow Finsterwald -- for the third of his four titles at Augusta National. Palmer shot a 31 on the back nine to finish at 68 on Monday, three strokes ahead of runner-up Player. It was Nicklaus first appearance at the Masters as a professional.1962 British Open:Palmers second major championship of the year -- and No. 6 of his career -- was a runaway at the British Open at Troon Golf Club in Scotland. He finished at 12 under par, six shots ahead of runner-up Kel Nagle -- and at least 13 strokes better than anyone else in the field.1964 Masters:Terrific from start to finish, Palmer easily wrapped up his fourth Masters title for his seventh -- and final -- major championship. 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