fourthirtythree wrote:Frack that, I always want to be favourites. It means you're more likely to win.
Bill Shankley wrote:Only cowards fear being favorites
Dave Cahill wrote:fourthirtythree wrote:Frack that, I always want to be favourites. It means you're more likely to win.Bill Shankley wrote:Only cowards fear being favorites
CiaranIrl wrote:I think Wales showed the benefits of sticking with your talented, criticised players who will have something to prove. That said, I'd definitely bring in Payne - probably at 15. If Murray isn't fit, well... We're in trouble.
LeRouxIsPHat wrote:That's no criticism of Murray who I reckon is the best scrumhalf in the world
Raydollard wrote:Time to ring the changes. Payne at 15; Carbery at outhalf; Byrne for Zebo; whoever available for SOB - VDF?. Case too to leave Toner and Heaslip out but no obvious better replacements. Nothing lost in experimenting though as there is nothing at stake save some cash winnings.
Donny B. wrote:Would drop Heaslip and O'Brien. We've too much talent in the backrow to tolerate such shitty performances from them both. Would bring in O'Mahony and Leavy ahead of van der Flier. Heaslip and O'Brien can come back at some stage but they need to learn that playing shite has consequences. In particular O'Brien's garbage pass to no one when we were down to 14 men (which led directly to Wales's second try) had to earn some punishment if Joe is serious about players having responsibility. Serious case to be made about dropping Dev for Henderson too. The lineout let us down again and it's Dev's baby, so he has to take responsibility.
None of the back three should be safe either. Kearney couldn't tackle a fish supper and Payne should replace him. Earls is a quick player but his defensive positioning continues to cost us and it's time to give other options a chance, while Zebo simply looks slow and out of condition.
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