Alex Lozowski: ‘You have to be ready to go to places that are likely to be violent’

The Saracens centre is ready for another bruising encounter with Glasgow on Saturday, and is not prepared to give up on his World Cup dream with England just yet

Name the England international who began his career at Chelsea and scored at West Ham last Saturday? The answer is Alex Lozowski, the multi-talented all-rounder now plying his trade in Saracens’ midfield. Not many can claim to have played football against Harry Kane and Jack Wilshere (albeit at academy level), scored a Test try for England at Twickenham and, courtesy of last weekend’s win over Harlequins, tasted success in the Olympic Stadium as well.

Still only 25, the versatile Sarries centre, who spent six years in Chelsea’s academy, has also been involved in grander European occasions than Saturday’s Champions Cup quarter-final against Glasgow. As a precocious footballing kid, for example, he was pitchside for classic European duels against Barcelona and Liverpool as part of Chelsea’s efforts to fast-track their best young prospects.

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