By Harry Slavin For Mailonline
Published: 02:18 GMT, 1 November 2019 | Updated: 02:18 GMT, 1 November 2019
England's final countdown has begun in Japan after Eddie Jones's men went through their paces one last time ahead of Saturday's showdown with South Africa.
Owen Farrell led his side on the Captain's Run at Fuchu Asahi Football Park on the eve of the Rugby World Cup final at the International Stadium in Yokohama.
After a monumental display against New Zealand in the semi-finals, the Red Rose are favourites to lift the Webb Ellis trophy for just the second time.
England captain Owen Farrell led out his team-mates for their final training session on Friday
head coach Eddie Jones put his men through their paces on the eve of the World Cup final
Maro Itoje stretches his left leg as the Engladn forwards go through their warm-up routine
And Jones has shown confidence in the same men that dominated the All Blacks, naming an unchanged starting XV to face the Springboks.
At the training session, there was the familiar sight of Farrell and George Ford side-by-side. The pair will be England's key to unlocking their opponents' defence in that 10-12 axis.
Ben Youngs, starting at scrum-half, could be seen practicing with the boot, while Jones even got his hands warmed up with a ball, while also taking aside Farrell and Kyle Sinckler for individual chats.