By Ben Nagle for MailOnline
Published: 08:07 BST, 10 October 2019 | Updated: 08:19 BST, 10 October 2019
Eddie Jones sees England's 14-day break between matches at the Rugby World Cup as a positive, but do his side risk being under-prepared by the time they walk out for their quarter-final clash on October 19?
England last played on October 5, thrashing Argentina 39-10 to add to their routine Pool C victories over the USA and Tonga prior to that.
Their final pool match against France was set to be their toughest yet, setting them up nicely for a likely quarter-final tie with Australia, but Super Typhoon Hagibis has put a stop to that and caused the first ever postponement of a World Cup match - as first revealed by Sportsmail.
Eddie Jones walks in to face the media after England's match against France was called off
Head coach Jones is taking England's enforced 14-day break from matches as a positive
That leaves England without a match between October 5 and October 19, a full two weeks off the field... so will that hinder or help Jones' men.
The coach himself is seeing it as a positive, and plans to use the time off to England's advantage.
The team are heading to Miyazaki for another training camp, to repeat their pre-tournament plans away from the adverse weather conditions in Tokyo.
'We have the opportunity to build the tank up and empty it next week. A two-week preparation is the only