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England Sevens are through to the Rugby Europe Sevens Grand Prix Series the cup quarter-final at Mitsubishi Motors Exeter 7s despite ending day three with a 14-27 loss to Russia.
Earlier on day one, England ran in seven tries in a 43-5 win over Georgia in their opener, before battling back from 0-12 down with a last minute Ruaridh McConnochie try against Poland to win 19-12.
England will face Germany in the Cup quarter-final on day two at Sandy Park on Sunday 8 July, with the game kicking off at 12:36 BST which you can watch on Sky Sports Action.
In the final game of the day at Exeter Chiefs' home ground, it was Russia who took the lead after working it through a couple of phases and allowing captain Vladimir Ostroushko to go over on the right.
A neat offload set up Vladislav Lazarenko to race through for Russia's second, before England got themselves back in the game on the stroke of half-time as they stayed calm with the ball on their on try line.
Dan Norton's jinking feet beat a few defenders and the ball was worked to the left where Ruaridh McConnochie broke the defence, and his clever dummy allowed an unchallenged run to the try line.
Lazarenko's second off a smart cut back gave Russia a two score lead, but Will Edwards' hand off and pace saw him streak down the right wing to reduce the deficit to 14-17.
However, it would be Russia who would top the group as Igor Galinovsky and Vladislav Sozonov went over late on for the win.
Earlier in the day England got off to a fantastic start after just 30 seconds in their opening game when Phil Burgess' break saw him offload to captain for the weekend Edwards, who stepped the last defender and raced in from 40 metres out.
McConnochie's powerful drive and offload then sent Dan Bibby through, before Burgess spotted a gap down the blindside to go over and the scoring before half-time was rounded off when Fergus Guiry strolled in off a move off the back of a scrum.
Shout out to @EnglandTouch sending us a good luck message for our tournament here in Exeter!! Hope training camp going well! Boys loving the #OneEngland attitude! Had the football on between games as well! #itscomimghome pic.twitter.com/qvlaS97n7T— Tom Mitchell (@TBobbyMitchell) July 7, 2018
Edwards spotted a gap down the left wing to sprint in for his second and Ethan Waddleton finished in a similar position following his break.
Georgia got a consolation score from Akaki Tabutsadze before Guiry went over for his second in a comfortable 43-5 victory.
The opening half of their second game was a tight affair, with Poland enjoying a lot of the ball as England's attacking game was stifled.
Norton's chip and gather was the closest they came to breaking to deadlock but he was tackled on the try line to prevent the score, before Poland crossed on the stroke of half-time when Robert Bosiacki powered over.
Mateusz Plitcha added a second for Poland on a cut back line from the kick-off as they led 0-12, but Norton's superb hitch kick and pace around the outside got England back in the game.
Davis' cut back line and Edwards' conversion made it 12-12 with 30 seconds remaining, and when England kept the ball alive from kick-off, McConnochie's break through the middle meant he ran under the sticks with time dead to complete the comeback.
England Sevens squad:
Dan Bibby, Phil Burgess, Alex Davis, Richard de Carpentier, Will Edwards (c), Fergus Guiry, Ruaridh McConnochie, Tom Mitchell, Will Muir, Dan Norton, James Rodwell, Ethan Waddleton.
England's fixtures and results (all times BST)
Pool C: England 43-5 Georgia
Pool C: England 19-12 Poland
Pool C: England 14-27 Russia
Cup quarter-final: England v Germany (12:36 BST)