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Sir Clive's record.

England's results during the Woodward era: November 15 - Australia (Twickenham) drew 15-15

November 22 - New Zealand (Old Trafford) lost 8-25

November 29 - South Africa (Twickenham) lost 11-29

December 6 - New Zealand (Twickenham) drew 26-26

February 7 - France (Paris) lost 17-24

February 21 - Wales (Twickenham) won 60-26

March 22 - Scotland (Murrayfield) won 34-20

April 4 - Ireland (Twickenham) won 35-17

June 6 - Australia (Brisbane) lost 0-76

June 20 - New Zealand (Dunedin) lost 22-64

June 27 - New Zealand (Auckland) lost 10-40

July 4 - South Africa (Cape Town) lost 0-18

November 14 - Netherlands (Huddersfield) won 110-0

November 22 - Italy (Huddersfield) won 23-15

November 28 - Australia (Twickenham) lost 11-12

December 5 - South Africa (Twickenham) won 13-7

February 20 - Scotland (Twickenham) won 24-21

March 6 - Ireland (Dublin) won 27-15

March 20 - France (Twickenham) won 21-10

April 11 - Wales (Wembley) lost 31-32

June 26 - Australia (Sydney) lost 15-22

August 21 - USA (Twickenham) won 106-8

August 28 - Canada (Twickenham) won 36-11

1999 World Cup

October 2 - Italy (Twickenham) won 67-7

October 9 - New Zealand (Twickenham) lost 16-30

October 15 - Tonga (Twickenham) won 101-10

October 20 - Fiji (Twickenham) won 45-24

October 24 - South Africa (Paris) lost 21-44

February 5 - Ireland (Twickenham) won 50-18

February 19 - France (Paris) won 15-9

March 4 - Wales (Twickenham) won 46-12

March 18 - Italy (Rome) won 59-12

April 2 - Scotland (Murrayfield) lost 13-19

June 17 - South Africa (Pretoria) lost 13-18

June 24 - South Africa (Bloemfontein) won 27-22

November 18 - Australia (Twickenham) won 22-19

November 25 - Argentina (Twickenham) won 19-0

December 2 - South Africa (Twickenham) won 25-17

February 3 - Wales (Cardiff) won 44-15

February 17 - Italy (Twickenham) won 80-23

March 3 - Scotland (Twickenham) won 43-3

April 7 - France (Twickenham) won 48-19

June 2 - Canada (Ontario) won 22-10

June 9 - Canada (Vancouver) won 59-20

June 16 - USA (San Francisco) won 48-19

October 20 - Ireland (Dublin) lost 14-20

November 10 - Australia (Twickenham) won 21-15

November 17 - Romania (Twickenham) won 134-0

November 24 - South Africa (Twickenham) won 29-9

February 2 - Scotland (Murrayfield) won 29-3

February 16 - Ireland (Twickenham) won 45-11

March 2 - France (Paris) lost 15-20

March 23 - Wales (Twickenham) won 50-10

April 6 - Italy (Rome) won 45-9

June 22 - Argentina (Buenos Aires) won 26-18

November 9 - New Zealand (Twickenham) won 31-28

November 16 - Australia (Twickenham) won 32-31

November 23 - South Africa (Twickenham) won 53-3

February 15 - France (Twickenham) won 25-17

February 22 - Wales (Cardiff) won 26-9

March 9 - Italy (Twickenham) won 40-5

March 22 - Scotland (Twickenham) won 40-9

March 30 - Ireland (Dublin) won 42-6

June 14 - New Zealand (Wellington) won 15-13

June 21 - Australia (Melbourne) won 25-14

August 23 - Wales (Cardiff) won 43-9

August 30 - France (Marseille) lost 16-17

September 6 - France (Twickenham) won 45-15

2003 World Cup

October 12 - Georgia (Perth) won 84-6

October 18 - South Africa (Perth) won 25-6

October 26 - Samoa (Melbourne) won 35-22

November 2 - Uruguay (Brisbane) won 111-13

November 9 - Wales (Brisbane) won 28-17

November 16 - France (Sydney) won 24-7

November 22 - Australia (Sydney) won 20-17

February 15 - Italy (Rome) won 50-9

February 21 - Scotland (Murrayfield) won 35-13

March 6 - Ireland (Twickenham) lost 13-19

March 20 - Wales (Twickenham) won 31-21

March 27 - France (Paris) lost 21-24

June 12 - New Zealand (Dunedin) lost 3-36

June 19 - New Zealand (Auckland) lost 12-36

June 26 - Australia (Brisbane) lost 15-51

PLAYED 83, WON 59, DRAWN 2, LOST 22.
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