Australia's Michael Hooper has insisted he won't have any concerns about split loyalties when Australia play England at Twickenham on Saturday.
Australia's Michael Hooper at their rugby union match against France on November 10. If he does take the field at Twickenham it will be the first time the 21-year-old will have played against England, the country where his father was born.
Hooper is all set to continue at openside flanker in the ongoing absence of back-row star David Pocock, who has been ruled out of the Cook Cup Test match with a calf injury.
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