I hope he doesn't get game time. He doesn't pass the ball very much.
Feels like you are sitting on the fence a bit but leaning towards England.
I just don't see England scoring many tries - and I see the French lifting for the affair.
Looking forward to the matches tonight, tipping Wales to overcome Ireland after a series of good performances in their group matches.
I have tipped Wales to win as well. But really Ireland did beat Aussie so we should be listing them as favourites.
My reason for tipping them was their win over Samoa - although they only won by 7 points they seemed to have the game under control for the most part.
What do you think of this number 12 for Wales surely the second best 12 in the world - better than Sonny Bill for my money.
Wales perhaps a bit fortunate to lead at halftime, besides their breakout which lead to Williams; try in the first 5 minutes they've hardly made progress into the Irish half. Ireland on the other hand, admittedly with the wind, have certainly looked the more dominant side on attack although seem to suffering with the problem of a number of the NH sides whereby they create territorial pressure but can't score from it.
True enough - but that NH lack of finishing is why I am backing the French in a kicking duel.
Supporting Wales solely because of my call in the tipping thread.
Doesn't seem right somehow.
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The Welsh have dominated the last half an hour or so. If they'd made their kicks they'd be out of sight.
That's pretty much that, then. Sizeable victory in the end, well played.
I called Wales by 5
Difference in the sides was Jamie Roberts - literally. He was involved in the lead up to at least two tries.
Lets Go France!
I still remember how much Steve Thompson pissed me off 8 years ago when we'd lose half our line-ups. Took him 3 minutes to kill a great attacking platform.
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