Wallabies can expect aerial assault after Wales show hand at Rugby World Cup | Bret Harris

Against Georgia, Wales gave an indication of their intentions, but they also exposed weaknesses The Wallabies should know precisely what to expect from Wales after watching the Six Nations champions’ 43-14 win against Georgia on Monday night, but whether they possess the armoury to negate the Welsh aerial assault remains to be seen. Wales used their opening game in Toyota as a dress rehearsal for the Wallabies, and their kicking tactics were tailored specifically for Australia in what is effectively the Pool D decider in Tokyo on Sunday night. Related: The aerial battle will be the key to unlocking defences in World Cup | Nick Evans Continue reading...

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