Eddie Jones has taken a swipe at Wales head coach Warren Gatland for his comments on England ahead of their World Cup final against South Africa.
Gatland took a jibe at England questioning whether the red rose team's high-intensity semi-final win against three-time champions New Zealand could see them complacent against the Springboks in the final.
“We have seen in previous World Cups that teams sometimes play their final in semi-finals and don’t always turn up for a final,” Gatland said.
“So it will be interesting to see how England are next week and it could be a good game".
Responding to Gatland's remarks, Jones wished Gatland good luck for the bronze game against the All Blacks.
"Send my best wishes to Warren, I hope he enjoys the third-fourth place match!"
Meanwhile, Jones is expecting both Jonny May and Owen Farrell to be fit for the final after they experienced a dead leg in the semi-final against the All Blacks.
"We had a walk through this [Monday] morning and we had to tell Jonny to slow down a bit," the England coach said.
"Owen's a bit sore but he'll be fine. We've got a few others carrying bumps and bruises because it was a tough old game."