ENGLAND BEAT ITALY IN THEIR BID TO RETAIN WORLD CUP TITLE

England notched their second straight 10-try win in defence of their World-cup/' title='World Cup News'>World Cup title by over-powering Pool A rivals Italy 56-13. A much-changed England followed up Wednesday's 56-5 win against Spain.

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