“We’re certainly not writing them off,” said Morley. “We’re preparing for a tough game.
“They’re going to be very spirited. If you go into any game under-done you’ll be in for a rude awakening. We’ll treat them with the respect they deserve.”
“He’ll be the danger man,” he said. “I know him better than most. He’s a terrific player with fantastic skills. He’s the most experienced player out of the whole squad.”
“[The players] are a little bit nervous and agitated but you would probably expect those nerves to be there when you are a couple of days away from an elite competition,” he said.
“If they weren’t there you’d probably be a bit more concerned. It is about us finding the right balance as a group now and getting them mentally and physically prepared for Saturday.
“There are some good players in the England side but there are some good players in our side as well and we will see what is around the corner.”