The Rugby Paper|November 24, 2019
With Joe Marler remaining coy on whether he will retire again and Mako Vunipola embroiled in a battle for Premiership survival at Saracens, Red Rose boss Eddie Jones is currently sifting his loosehead options before naming a fresh Six Nations squad in January.
Obano might already be an England regular had he not mangled a knee prior to last year’s tour of South Africa. However, the effervescent 25-year-old has been starring in a more dominant Bath front row and is working overtime to earn a second chance.
“I think I’ve played really well this season and I’ve upped the work I do,” Obano told The Rugby Paper.
“My scrum’s improved and I’m doing a lot more work around the park. In fact, every aspect of my game is better and hopefully, I can continue to develop now.
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November 24, 2019