England boss Eddie Jones wants the SPICE GIRLS to play during All Blacks’ haka

EDDIE JONES wants the SPICE GIRLS to play their greatest hits during the All Blacks' infamous haka.

Jones shrugged off the impact of New Zealand's legendary Maori ceremonial challenge that England will be facing before kick-off.

 Eddie Jones has joked he wants the Spice Girls to perform during the Haka

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Eddie Jones has joked he wants the Spice Girls to perform during the Haka

The Red Rose boss claimed he doesn't care what the All Blacks throw at his side, he'll be more than up to the challenge.

Cheeky Aussie Jones said: "At that stage of the game, they could be playing the Spice Girls and I wouldn't know what's being played.

"They're making a comeback aren't they, the Spice Girls? Maybe they could sing at that time."

England face Steve Hansen's world champions for the first time in four years in the second Quilter International of the autumn.

 The Spice Girls are set to make a comeback after a long time away

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The Spice Girls are set to make a comeback after a long time away

Previous All Blacks renditions of their customary Maori challenge at Twickenham have been met with cries of "Swing Low, Sweet Chariot" from home fans.

But now Jones has suggested a slightly different tack.

Meanwhile, Jones has given Chris Ashton his first England start for four years believing his nose for the try-line will be crucial in Saturday's long-awaited clash.

Ashton lines-up on the right wing in place of the benched Jack Nowell after impressing during his 15-minute spell as a substitute in the 12-11 victory over South Africa.

 Chris Ashton is set to make his first start in four years against New Zealand

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Chris Ashton is set to make his first start in four years against New Zealand

England take on New Zealand in the Autumn Internationals at Twickenham – live on Sky Sports

EDDIE JONES wants the SPICE GIRLS to play their greatest hits during the All Blacks' infamous haka.