RBS 6 Nations 2015 player diary 5

  • Mike Brown, Anthony Watson and Luther Burrell on the player diary
  • Informal chat and exclusive footage from the England camp

In the fifth of England Rugby TV’s 2015 RBS 6 Nations player diaries, England’s Mike Brown, Anthony Watson and Luther Burrell bring you up-to-date with what's been happening at the end of the Italy Test week.

Back-three pair Brown and Watson are on top form kicking off the episode, chatting about the on and off field relationship they’ve recently forged.

Bath Rugby wing Watson was laid on for his first Test try in the win over Wales in Cardiff by Brown and the 20 year-old outlines how the experienced Harlequins full back has helped him out.

Brown explains what happened in the tunnel before the win in Cardiff before the duo explain the importance of steering clear of Kieran Brookes and Billy  Vunipola at the team meals out.

Northampton centre Burrell chats from outside the new, narrower tunnel at Twickenham Stadium, outlining the team’s excitement at playing in front of a packed out, boisterous home crowd.

The eight-Test 27 year-old reflects on the start to his England career during last year’s Championship, which featured tries on debut in Paris and against Wales at Twickenham.

And finally, Burrell explains the outcome of rooming with big tight head Brookes after the team meal evening out. 

RBS 6 Nations 2015 player diary 1 – Billy and Mako Vunipola

RBS 6 Nations 2015 player diary 2 – Jack Nowell and Henry Slade

RBS 6 Nations 2015 player diary 3 – Dan Cole, George Ford and Dave Attwood

RBS 6 Nations 2015 player diary 4 – Brad Barritt and Richard Wigglesworth