Eddie Jones included six uncapped players in the 33-man squad for the November Tests and here we run the rule over the fresh faces hoping to make their debut against South Africa on Nov. 12.Kyle SincklerSinckler put in his best performance of the season in Harlequins round six Aviva Premiership triumph over Northampton Saints and luckily for the tight-head, Jones was watching on from the stands. He is flourishing under coach Graham Rowntree and the hugely experienced international Adam Jones at Quins. With Paul Hill and Kieran Brookes omitted from the 33-man party, Sinckler should make his debut in November.Mike HaleyThe Sale fullback is potentially seen as a wing option by Jones but earns his place after impressing on the Saxons tour to South Africa last June. Aged just 22, Haleys inclusion is perhaps one for the future as Jones weighs up the extended group who will try and make the cut for the 2019 Rugby World Cup. Haley could be thrown in at the deep end in the November Tests but his debut is more likely to come in Argentina at the end of season.Ben TeoThe Worcester centre was part of the England squad for the Australia tour and despite being in the mix to start the first Test, missed out on selection as he came back from injury. He started the season well with the Warriors but picked up a concussion early on but Jones is a fan of his physicality. He faces a hard task to break up the George Ford-Owen Farrell partnership but could earn his chance in the November Tests.Alex LozowskiThe 23-year-old No.10 Lozowski played brilliantly for Saracens when Farrell was sidelined at the start of the campaign and has caught Jones eye. With Ford and Farrell in the fly-half driving seat, Lozowski is unlikely to make his Test debut in November unless the injury crisis worsens for Jones squad. He is one for the future and Jones will watch on with interest to see how Lozowski adapts to the international environment.Nathan HughesWasps No.8 Hughes is an exciting option for England and should make his debut in the end-of-year Tests. He offers immense physicality and would be the perfect impact option from the bench. But with Englands back-row options dropping by the day, Hughes could be in the starting 15 for their autumn opener against the Springboks.Charlie EwelsSecond-row Ewels has been in the England mix under Jones but is yet to make his international debut. Maro Itoje and George Kruis are both sidelined for the November Tests and while Joe Launchbury and Courtney Lawes are in the driving seat to start against the Boks, Ewels will vie with Bath teammate Dave Attwood for a spot on the bench. His versatility means he can also cover the back-row which will work in his favour. Aaron Nola Jersey . Any real chance at payback wont come until the playoff. 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STARKVILLE, Miss. -- Mississippi State has managed to lose games in all kinds of creative ways this season.The Bulldogs lost one game in double overtime and another because a 28-yard game-winning field goal bounced off the left upright as time expired. Then there was last weeks loss to Kentucky, which ended with the Wildcats booting a 51-yard field goal to win in the final seconds.Bad football and bad luck: Its been a tough combo for the Bulldogs.Mississippi State (2-5) has seen its share of both in a season thats quickly become a huge disappointment. The Bulldogs will try end their three-game losing streak when they face lower-level opponent Samford (6-1) on Saturday.Mississippi State linebacker Richie Brown said the team isnt making excuses for some unfortunate bounces at the end of games.I guess you can say its a little bit of luck, but not really, Brown said. Youve got to out and make that one extra play in those games. Its on us. Were taking responsibility for that.Mississippi State hopes a win against Samford could provide some much-needed momentum. The Bulldogs have a brutal November schedule with games against Alabama, Texas A&M, Arkansas and Mississippi.But Saturdays game wont necessarily be easy. Samford is the No. 19 team in the country at the Football Championship Subdivision level and has won four straight.Theyre the best FCS team Ive seen in quite a while, so its a great challenge for our guys, Mullen said. Were going to have to come out and execute and play at a very high level.-----Some other things too watch when Mississippi State hosts Samford:SUCCESS VS.dddddddddddd FCS: Mississippi State has a 7-0 record against opponents in the FCS during coach Dan Mullens tenure, outscoring them by a combined 363-85 margin. The Bulldogs have an 11-game winning streak against FCS teams -- the last loss was in 2004 against Maine.LEWIS STARS FOR MSU: One bright spot for Mississippi State this season is the play of freshman linebacker Leo Lewis, who leads all SEC freshmen with 48 tackles. The 6-foot-2, 230-pound Lewis had a career-high 12 tackles against BYU two weeks ago.RUNS LIKE A DEAR: Mississippi State sophomore Malik Dear had a breakout game against Kentucky, running for a career-high 77 yards against the Wildcats, including a 45-yard touchdown run. The 5-foot-9, 220-pounder figures to be a bigger part of the Mississippi State offense in the final five weeks of the season.SURGING SAMFORD: Samford is off to a 6-1 start, which is its best record through seven games since 1992, when the Bulldogs were also 6-1. Samford finished the 92 season with a 9-2 record and made the FCS playoffs.SAMFORD VS. THE SEC: The Bulldogs havent had much success against the SEC with a 2-75-3 record. 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