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Fri 6 Mar 2020 | 05:26

6NB: Georgia Well Placed

6NB: Georgia Well Placed
Fri 6 Mar 2020 | 05:26
6NB: Georgia Well Placed
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In the second last round of Rugby Europe’s International Championship, sometimes nicknamed the Six Nations B, Georgia look fair to taking the title again.

After three rounds the Lelos and Portugal were level but then the Lobos astonishingly fell to the Russian Bear and Georgia are left on top of the log. Portugal’s only hope to winning is by defeating the Georgians in this round.

Spain will not like Belgium after the unpleasantness in the lead-up to the 2019 Rugby World Cup and this could be a tough clash.

Log after Round 3

1. Georgia 14 points
2. Portugal 9 points
3. Belgium 6 points
4. Spain 5 points
5. Romania 4 points
6. Russia 4 points

Previous Results

Results, Round 1

Spain vs Russia, 31-12
Georgia vs Romania, 41-13
Portugal vs Belgium, 23-17

Results, Round 2

Belgium vs Russia, 38-12
Georgia vs Spain, 23-10
Portugal vs Romania 22-11

Results, Round 3

Russia vs Portugal, 19-18 in Russia
Romania vs Spain, 24-7 in Romania
Georgia vs Brussels, 78-6 in Georgia

Match Details

We will publish the teams as they become available to us.

Portugal vs Georgia

Both teams have undergone multiple changes – Portugal possibly because of Round 3 suprise defeta, Georgia possibly in recognition of stronger opposition.

Teams

Portugal: 15 Manuel Pinto, 14 Rodrigo Marta, 13 Antonio Vidinha, 12 Tomas Appleton (captain), 11 Danny Antunes, 10 João Lima, 9 João Belo, 8 Thibault Freitas, 7 David Carvalho, 6 Joao Granate, 5 Luis Batista, 4 José Madeira, 3 Diogo Ferreira, 2 Mike Tadjer, 1 Geoffrey Moise
Replacements: 16 Francisco Fernandes, 17 Lionel Campergue, 18 Eric Madeira, 19 Manuel Eusebio, 20 Pedro Lucas, 21 Caetano Branco, 22 João Freudenthal, 23 Ivo Morais
Coach: Patrice Lagisquet

Georgia: 15 Ioseb Matiashvili, 14 Demuri Tapladze, 13 David Kacharava, 12 Lasha Malaguradze, 11 Alexander Todua, 10 Lasha Khmaladze, 9 Giorgi Begadze, 8 Beka Gorgadze captain), 7 Giorgi Tkhilaishvili, 6 Beka Saginadze, 5 Davit Gigauri, 4 Lasha Jaiani, 3 Levan Chilachava, 2 Shalva Mamukashvili, 1 Giorgi Tetrashvili
Replacements: 16 Giorgi Chkoidze, 17 Guram Gogichashvili, 18 Giorgi Melikidze, 19 Shalva Sutiashvili, 20 Tornike Jalagonia, 21 Gela Aprasidze, 22 Tedo Abzhandadze, 23 Lasha Lomidze
Coach: Levan Maisashvili

Date: Saturday, 7 March 2020
Kick-off: 16.00 CET
Venue: Stade Jean-Bouin, Paris
Expected weather conditions: Partly cloudy with a chance of rain, a high of 11°C, dropping to 0°C
Referee: Ben Blain (Scotland)
Assistant referees: Ross Mabon (Scotland), Neil Muir (Scotland)
Citing commissioner: Richard McGhee (Scotland)

Russia vs Romania

Teams

Russia: 15 Ramil Gaisin, 14 Kirill Golosnitskii, 13 Vladimir Ostroushko, 12 Dmitrii Gerasimov, 11 Nikita Churashov, 10 Iurii Kushnarev, 9 Konstantin Uzunov, 8 Viktor Gresev (captain), 7 Tagir Gadzhiev, 6 Eme Peki, 5 Egor Zykov, 4 Evgeny Elgin, 3 Kirill Gotovtsev, 2 Shamil Magomedov, 1 Valeriy Morozov
Replacements: 16 Evgenii Matveev, 17 Evgeny Mishechkin, 18 Vladimir Podrezov, 19 Mykyta Bekov, 20 Nikita Vavilin, 21 Alexey Shcherban, 22 Aleksandr Budychenko, 23 Vladislav Sozonov
Coach: Lyn Jones

Romania: 15 Ionel Melinte, 14 Marius Simionescu, 13 Moa Maliepo, 12 Florian Vlaicu, 11 Robert Neagu, 10 Daniel Plai, 9 Florin Surugiu (captain), 8 Cristi Chirica, 7 Dragos Ser, 6 Adrian Motoc, 5 Valentin Poparlan, 4 Johan van Heerden, 3 Horatiu Pungea, 2 Eugen Capatina, 1 Alexandru Savin
Replacements: 16 Ovidiu Cojocaru, 17 Ionel Badiu, 18 Kamil Sobota, 19 Adrian Ion, 20 Gabriel Rupanu, 21 Vladut Popa, 22 Tudor Boldor, 23 Costel Burtila
Coach: Andy Robinson

Date: Saturday, 7 March 2020
Kick-off: 12.00 CET
Venue: Kuban Stadium, Krasnodar
Expected weather conditions: More sun than clouds with a pleasant high of 20°C and a chilly low of °C.
Referee: Dan Jones (Wales)
Assistant referees: Mike English, Tom Spurrier
Citing commissioner: Wayne Sheridan (Ireland)

Belgium vs Spain

Belgium changed 12 of their startiunbg XV. Those who suirvived the ghuillotine are Thomas Wallraf, Guillaume Piron and captain Thomas Dienst. The bench fared even worse – only one survivor – hooker Martin Jessen.

Teams

Belgium: 15 Craig Dowsett, 14 Nathan Bontems, 13, 12 Guillaume Piron, 11 Thomas Wallraf, 10 Alan Williams, 9 Julien Berger, 8 Thomas De-Molder, 7 Jean-Maurice Decubber, 6 Lucas De-Coninck, 5 Gillian Benoy, 4 Mathieu Verschelden, 3 Maxime Jadot, 2 Thomas Dienst (captain), 1 Alexis Cuffolo
Replacements: 16 Martin Jessen, 17 Julien Massimi, 18 Bertrand Billi, 19 William Van-Bost, 20 Tom Cocqu, 21 Antoine Vassart, 22 Gaspard Lalli, 23 Bruno Vliegen
Coach: Guillaume Ajac

Spain: 15 Federico Casteglioni, 14 Julen Goia (captain), 13 Nicolas Nieto, 12 Andrea Rabago, 11 Ignacio Contardi, 10 Lucas Rubio, 9 Guillame Rouet, 8 Lionel-Afase Tauli, 7 Victor Sanchez, 6 Lucas Guillame, 5 Michael Walker-Fitton, 4 Manuel Mora, 3 Albert Blanco, 2 Marco Pinto, 1 Thierry Futeu
Replacements: 16 Jose Diaz, 17 Vicente Del-Hoyo, 18 Jon Zabala, 19 David Barrera, 20 Michael Hogg, 21 Kerman Aurrekoetxea, 22 Gonzalo Vinuesa, 23 Hugo Alonso
Coach: Santiago Santos

Date: Saturday, 7 March 2020
Kick-off: 15.00 CET
Venue: Fallon Stadium, Brussels
Expected weather conditions: Partly cloudy with a high of 11°, dropping to 7°
Referee: Seán Gallagher (Ireland)
Assistant referees: Chris Busby (Ireland), John Carvill (Ireland)
Citing commissioner: Philippe Marguin (France)

PV: 365


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