Tonga's Jason Taumalolo chipper in reggae-inspired training session before England showdown

Tonga's biggest league star Jason Taumalolo showed no signs of angst, smiling and looking completely calm at his team's final training session this afternoon in Auckland before tomorrow's Rugby League World Cup semi-final showdown with England at Mount Smart Stadium.

Taumalolo, 24, has been in hot form at this year's tournament, leading from the front of his forward pack with his barnstorming carries.

Kristian Woolf said the energy in the squad has been unbelievable. Source: 1 NEWS

Tonga head into tomorrow's clash undefeated with England only losing one game so far to defending champions Australia, 18-4 last month in Melbourne in their first round robin match.

The winner of tomorrow's match will face either Fiji or Australia in next week's final in Brisbane.

The Fifth Harmony star will sing the anthem public for the first time at tomorrow's RLWC semi-final between Tonga and England. Source: 1 NEWS

Normally leading from the front on the field, Sio Siua Taukeiaho froze for a while before taking the leap off the Sky Tower in Auckland. Source: 1 NEWS

Mate Ma'a Tonga will face England at Mt Smart Stadium on Saturday for a spot in the World Cup final. Source: 1 NEWS

The two league stars have hit it off since being in camp for the RLWC. Source: 1 NEWS

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Taumalolo has had an outstanding tournament so far at this year's RLWC. Source: 1 NEWS