HOOKER Agustin Creevy believes his experience with Worcester Warriors has made him better prepared for Argentina’s clash with “boring” England in Tokyo on Saturday (9am).

The old adversaries will go head to head in the Rugby World Cup and Creevy reckons it will be “like a war” as both sides aim to progress from Pool C.

Creevy joined Warriors in 2013 and helped the Sixways side gain promotion back to the Premiership at the first time of asking in 2015.

He returned to Argentina to play for Jaguares in Super Rugby but still has fond memories of his time with Warriors where he became familiar with the English game.

“I think sometimes (their structure) is boring but it’s good for England, and it works,” Creevy said.

“I spent a lot of time there and it was great. I improved a lot in the way I see rugby, and I understand a lot about how the England boys see rugby.

“They are really structured.”

Creevy who ended his four-year spell as Argentina captain in 2018 has lost all five of his meetings with England but is up for the challenge.

“Saturday is going to be like a war, it’s like a final for us,” Creevy said.

“I think the battle with the forwards will be the game. We need to win the scrum, win the lineout, win the maul, win the contact, the breakdown.

“When we put on this shirt we feel something different.

"It’s our country, our family, my club. We play together, the group is really bonded. That is different to different teams.

"We love each other, and I think that is different to other teams. We are friends, we are brothers, inside and outside the field.”