A recent survey by the RFU has discovered over 70% of England fans, some players and even a selection of referees are completely unaware of nearly all of the game’s rules and regulations.

With the vast majority of fans focusing their attention on which way the players are running and which way the referee points his arm when the whistle is blown as the only indicators of who’s winning and losing.

“The golden rule is to cheer wildly when the decision goes your way and scream “knock on” when we spot that” said avid fan Geoff from Newcastle.

With terms like ‘truck and trailer’ ‘wheeled scrum’ & ‘ball out of the tunnel’, leaving most fans and players clueless, the governing body have turned to London-based sports psychology consultants Greasepalm to investigate possible methods of reducing awkwardness amongst fans and participants during these moments.