An extra twist has been added to the upcoming Women's Rugby World Cup semi-final clash between England and Canada.
With Canada looking to stop England from reaching this year's final, a confident Royal Canadian Navy Vice-Admiral, Angus Topshee, decided to ramp up the stakes by proposing a bet with the Royal Navy First Sea Lord Admiral, Sir Ben Key.
In a tweet, he said: "First Sea Lord, if Canada wins, you wear our jersey! And if England wins, I'll wear the Red Roses. You on?"
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First Sea Lord Admiral Key accepted the challenge and even added a little more to the friendly wager.
"Whoever loses has to wear the shirt for the first day of a mutual visit!" he said, which the Canadian Navy Vice-Admiral gladly accepted.
All eyes will now be on Saturday's Rugby World Cup semi-final at Eden Park, New Zealand.
The RAF's Amy Cokayne who scored a try against Australia in the quarter-final to help secure a 41-5 victory, will be hoping to help extend England's record-winning run to 30 tests in a row.