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Tom Curry is expected to start for England against Argentina in the Rugby World Cup 2023.

After recovering from an ankle injury, England’s flanker Tom Curry is set to make his World Cup debut against Argentina on Saturday.

Curry, 25, has not played since Sale’s Premiership final defeat on May 27 and has missed England’s four pre-World Cup warm-up matches this month.

England defensive coach Kevin Sinfield was “delighted” that Curry would be available to play in Marseille.

“It’s great to see Tom out there training,” Sinfield said Tuesday.

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“He’s been excellent.”

When asked if Curry might be recalled promptly, Sinfield responded, “We have no doubt about that.”

“He’s got a lot of caps now, and he’s been doing it for a long time.” He can also play a variety of roles in our back row. We’re overjoyed that he’s accessible.”

Curry’s return will be welcomed by England, who have conceded 12 tries in four warm-up games.

Key players have been suspended. Both Owen Farrell and Billy Vunipola have struggled with consistency, and both will miss the Pumas’ season opening.

Curry, who has 54 caps and was one of England’s standout performances on the way to the 2019 World Cup final, is anticipated to return at number six.

“It really helps having Tom Curry back available,” Sinfield remarked. Some of the suspensions we’ve seen in the last several weeks haven’t helped. The back row alterations we’ve had to make haven’t helped either.

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