England forward Chris Hill says the Three Lions need to manage the game better when they take on Papua New Guinea this weekend.
England have reached the last eight of the World Cup without putting together a full 80 minutes of rugby and Warrington forward Hill knows they need to start soon.
England are favourites to overcome the Kumuls but Wood is warning his team-mates to expect a tough test from the opposition and he claims PNG will be a good challenge.
"We need to start controlling the ball a bit more and go set for set with them," the Warrington forward said.
"Physically, there are no weak links in their team and that’s what you get with them and the other island teams. We’ve got to be on our game and while I think our defence has been pretty good, we’ve just been a bit scratchy with the ball.
"If we can keep hold of it, we’ll go a long way to winning. And I don’t think the fact it’s in Melbourne will make a difference, they’re a good side and if you give them too much ball, they can punish you."