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Scotland change six for Bok clash

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Scotland change six for Bok clash

TEAM ANNOUNCEMENT: Scotland have made six changes to their team to face the Springboks at Murrayfield on Saturday.

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AUDIO: 'Intelligent' Scots to test Boks' smarts AUDIO: 'Intelligent' Scots to test Boks' smarts

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AUDIO: 'Intelligent' Scots to test Boks' smarts

LISTEN as Springbok assistant coach Matt Proudfoot explains why Scotland will be a tougher challenge than France.

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Analysis: Sexton, not Murray, is Irish lynchpin

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Analysis: Sexton, not Murray, is Irish lynchpin

Ireland’s game is often labelled as ‘low-risk’ or ‘conservative’, due to the large number of phases they use and the low number of offloads they attempt.

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Key Wallabies set to be rested from Super Rugby

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Key Wallabies set to be rested from Super Rugby

NEWS: Australia plan to rest key players during next year's Super Rugby season in a bid to keep them fresh and injury-free for the World Cup in Japan.

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The fact is many South Africans lost their lives in the two World Wars. The poppy remembers those who gave all they had. Certainly SARU should have shown decency, but again maybe they got some directive from the ANC about not honouring imperialist,racist warmongers.....or something.

I think it is due to the fact that he was available for the June Tests and some RC.......so he used up his freebies, so to speak.

I would like to watch all this years tests in sequence......I have a nagging suspicion Rassie is "Practising" certain aspects of play and has done so in all but 4 test matches. The first two against the English and the two AB games. IMO he is putting the blinkers on our opposition as well as on some fans......
I hope he'll be practising a running open surprise for us on Saturday, weather depending of course.

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I'll rather give up watching rugby

Have you ever played rugby KT?

P&P at East Rand Mall and Norwood offer much better prices than old Solly, unless it's the mampur you refer to

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Spot on
The referee system needs to make rules application simple and more linear otherwise there will never be consistency in refeereing the game and everything will be left to "let's hope the ref has a good day"
It can't be like that

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Both are great but Murray is more important imo.
Big for a 9 and so confident around the ruck.

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The fact is many South Africans lost their lives in the two World Wars. The poppy remembers those who gave all they had. Certainly SARU should have shown decency, but again maybe they got some directive from the ANC about not honouring imperialist,racist warmongers.....or something.

I think it is due to the fact that he was available for the June Tests and some RC.......so he used up his freebies, so to speak.

I would like to watch all this years tests in sequence......I have a nagging suspicion Rassie is "Practising" certain aspects of play and has done so in all but 4 test matches. The first two against the English and the two AB games. IMO he is putting the blinkers on our opposition as well as on some fans......
I hope he'll be practising a running open surprise for us on Saturday, weather depending of course.

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I'll rather give up watching rugby

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Spot on
The referee system needs to make rules application simple and more linear otherwise there will never be consistency in refeereing the game and everything will be left to "let's hope the ref has a good day"
It can't be like that

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Both are great but Murray is more important imo.
Big for a 9 and so confident around the ruck.

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Bulls are making some good recruitment decisions, get a big Georgian TH and you are gold for next year

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