Hopefully the selectors will have finally realised that Giteau is an Inside Centre, not a Halfback, by the time the Wallabies play their first game, and we can see a complete backline carve up the mediocrity in this group....
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Anyway, good ol John Kirwan is helping them along, and I really hope they do beat Fiji.
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Japan have a realistic chance of beating Fiji.
Giteau is our best inside centre and halfback. Gregan has looked OK the last couple of weeks but thats against a very weak side. I would like to see at some point Mortlock at inside centre and Tiquiri outside.
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Depends on the tactics, they would be a fairly big centre combo and Tiquiri is pretty quick. It would also put alot of pressure on Larkham's kicking.
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