LITESPORT LOCK Simon Shaw collected a yellow card, but did enough in London Wasps 24-20 victory over London Irish in the LV Cup yesterday to warrant an immediate recall to the England squad for the match with Argentina on Saturday. Shaw has only played the equivalent of one full game since recovering from a foot injury, however, his physical presence is just what England need and if they dont use him against the Pumas, he will be ready to play a full part in the clash with New Zealand on 21 November. Tony Hanks, the Wasps director of rugby, said: Shawsy is feeling all right. The foots fine, and hes got a spring in his step at the moment. David Strettle hopes to be fit to rejoin the England squad after suffering a back injury scoring the opening try for Harlequins in their 15- 15 home draw with Scarlets, while Premiership leaders Saracens recorded a 30-22 win over Bath. 38 Monday, 9 November 2009 London Lite Its Dan the Ban after this hit by Carter on Roberts DONTTRYFOR MEARGENTINA put ourselves in a position to go and win this game and we didnt. We are tremendously disappointed by that. We need to make sure we get our- selves in that position again next week and push on. I believe whole- heartedly in what Martin Johnson is creating with his coaching team. That culture, we believe, will go on to win rugby matches. First Dan: Carter goes high on Roberts DAN CARTER faces a disciplinary hearing in Milan today after being cited for an alleged dangerous tackle. The New Zealand star was reported by match citing commissioner, Australian Scott Nowland, following an incident involving Wales scrum-half Martin Roberts at the Millennium Stadium. Though everyone in the ground appeared to see it, fly-half Carter escaped censure from referee Craig Joubert as New Zealand recorded a 19-12 victory -- their 21st in succession against Wales. But if judicial officer Jeff Blackett decides Carter deserves a ban, then it could threaten his participation against England at Twickenham on 21 November. The All Blacks are currently preparing for next Saturdays appointment with Italy. BY HARRY LANE Shawenough, Englandcan pickthelock Foots the bill: Simon Shaw prepares to face the Pumas on Saturday BY NEAL COLLINS JONNY WILKINSON, who playswithArgentines every week at Tou- lon, has warned E n g l a n d : T h e Pumas could sav- age us on Saturday. England slid to an 18-9 defeat in their opening Autumn Test against Australia on Saturday despite Wi l k i n s on s b e s t efforts.Wilko marked his return to Twicken- ham by scoring all Eng- lands points and produced a heroic defensive display despite his injury record. Wilkinson believes England will need to improve in every single area if they are to bounce back with a victory over the Pumas. He said: They are a team which surprise you week in and week out. Argentina are an incredibly physical team -- massively fit, fast, powerful and hugely passionate and skilful. Wilkinson, 30, should know, consid- ering he plays each week at Toulon alongside Argentinians Juan Fern- andez Lobbe, Felipe Contepomi and Esteban Lozada. You watch these guys train and thinktheyareworld-classplayersand you think thank God they are on my side, said Wilko. Unfortunately that will not be the case next week. England split their summer Test series 1-1 with Argentina and will be anxioustogetthebetterof thePumas this week -- because the next time they meet will be at the 2011 World Cup. With the exceptions of Wilkin- son, Lewis Moody and Tom Croft, Englandstruggledtomatchtheinten- sity of a battle-hardened Australia. England were missing seven guar- anteed first-teamers, including the influential Wasps prop Phil Vickery, but manager Martin Johnson has always refused to blame injuries. 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