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Thread: Third Place Playoff : Wales vs Australia

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    Third Place Playoff : Wales vs Australia

    Pointless game but a game nonetheless..

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    Think this'll be the Taffs'. They've named their best available XV, so it obviously matters to them.

    Be interesting to see if the Wobblies do likewise.
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    Welsh have got something to prove, I suppose.
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    Yeah, the Welsh have to prove that they would have been competitive against NZ had they got their desired result against France.
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    Wallabies have named our best backline of the tournament. Week too late.

    Congrats to Nathan Sharpe who gets his 100th Cap.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ripper868 View Post
    Wallabies have named our best backline of the tournament. Week too late.
    I assume Beale is back, any other changes?

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    Australian team: Kurtley Beale, James O'Connor, Adam Ashley-Cooper, Berrick Barnes, Digby Ioane, Quade Cooper,Will Genia, Ben McCalman, David Pocock, Scott Higginbotham, Nathan Sharpe, James Horwil (captain), Salesi Ma'afu, Tatafu Polota-Nau, James Slipper. Res: Saia Faingaa, Ben Alexander, Rob Simmons, Radike Samo, Luke Burgess, Anthony Faingaa, Rob Horne

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    Roberts should enjoy running at Barnes -Barnes is a good defender but not really an intimidating chap.

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    IMO thats a better Australian side than the one they put out last week (taking aside the front row). Guess its nice to see both sides fielding strong line-ups - sometimes theres a tendency in these matches to make major changes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ripper868 View Post
    Wallabies have named our best backline of the tournament. Week too late.

    Congrats to Nathan Sharpe who gets his 100th Cap.
    Yeah, will be interesting having two centres who can actually pass the ball.

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    Still to see AAC pass the ball tbf. At least we'll get to see if Barnes is the great 'foil' that Cooper has needed all this time.

    Course it couldn't be the ****house tactics Deans has instructed Genia and Cooper to play.

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    Deans is a crap coach at no point did I want him as the new AB coach. I have disliked him ever since he was a part of the decision to pick leon macdonald sp? ahead of Tana in 2003.

    The only good thing he has done is picking O connor and having faith in him.

    Here is my backline

    Barnes 10
    O connor 12
    Beale 13

    Digby 11
    Some random winger 14
    Ashley Cooper 15

    Reserve Cooper
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    You would think Wales would've been on the receiving end of a belting if Cooper didn't get injured. He actually looked threatening for once in this tournament.

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