England head coach Stuart Lancaster has made the right decision in keeping Chris Robshaw as captain for the forthcoming Six Nations campaign, says Martin Caparrotta.
Lancaster appointed Robshaw as skipper almost a year ago and has chosen to stand by the 26-year-old, ignoring the critics that found their voices during the recent autumn international series.
But there are those who say that England's breakdown work isn't good enough when playing against teams who employ a 'fetcher'.
Matt Kvesic's ascension to the England squad left some scratching their heads asking but for keen observers of the Aviva Premiership it would have come as no surprise.
Kvesic seems to fit the mould of a genuine open-side and Jamie Hosie believes that the Worcester youngster could challenge Robshaw for his place in the long-term.
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