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Match: All Blacks vs Wallabies
Date: 15 August 2015
Stadium: Eden park Auckland, NZ
Competition: Bledisloe Cup
Kickoff Time: 13.35 (AEDT)
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DESPITE the All Blacks suffering their first loss to the Wallabies in four years last weekend, it was the Australian coach who made six changes to his starting XV for Saturday’s Bledisloe Cup decider in Auckland.
The changes in personnel continued Michael Cheika’s theme of experimentation ahead of the Rugby World Cup after seven changes were made to the starting team after each of the opening two Tests.
WHILE it wasn’t a huge surprise that Bernard Foley missed out at No 10, the decision to start Quade Cooper there was mind blowing.
But it might yet be a stroke of genius.
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After two difficult nights at the office in The Rugby Championship, and after his chequered history against the All Blacks, most would have given Cooper Buckley’s chance of taking on the All Blacks at Australia’s graveyard, Eden Park.
Not Cheika though.
The Wallabies coach defies logic and instead backs his instinct — and Cooper.
“I believe in him a lot, as a person and as a player. Like I do in all my players,” Cheika said.
“I don’t think that’s fair to anyone if I don’t pick a player… because of where we are playing. I don’t think that would be right by me. It would be weakness by me as well, if I was scared of that.”
Matt Toomua also comes into the starting XV at inside centre and Cheika said that after impressing as a combination in the past, he wanted to have another look at them before the World Cup.
“I just wanted to have a look at the combination of him and Toomua together,” he said.
“They did play together a bit on the Spring tour together and I like what they did together.”
THE Wallabies’ backrow gave it to the All Blacks’ World Cup-winning trio last Saturday, but despite that, Cheika has opted to bring in Wycliff Palu at No 8.
Palu’s inclusion, along with Will Skelton’s in the second-row, is a clear indication that the Wallabies’ tactics will revolve around winning the contact area during the opening stages of the match before Pocock is unleashed at the breakdown in the second half alongside Michael Hooper.
“The game changes every week. If we just stay the same all the time, we will become a little easy to pick perhaps,” Cheika said on departure to Auckland.
Make no mistake, the match will be won and lost in the forwards.
And Cooper’s success — or otherwise — in the No 10 jersey rests on the Wallabies winning up front.
While the decision to play Palu ahead of Pocock undoubtedly turned heads, former Wallaby flanker Phil Waugh — speaking before the team announcemen — said he expected Cheika to continue to tinker with the backrow combination.
“I think he’ll mix and match that backrow a little bit, particularly when he comes up against a big England team at Twickenham and a big Wales team at Twickenham,” Waugh said.
“And the weather, what’s the weather going to be like? If it’s an open game, it works well. But if it’s really tight and an arm-wrestle, then it’s not as feasible.”
IT wasn’t so long ago that James Horwill was considered long past it, now he’s the Wallabies’ chief lineout caller.
And after the inclusion of Will Skelton in the starting side, the Wallabies’ jumping options look hazardously thin with Horwill and Scott Fardy expected to do the bulk of the jumping, accompanied to a lesser extent by Palu.
They do, however, have Kane Douglas and Dean Mumm on the bench, but expect the All Blacks to exploit the Wallabies’ fragile lineout in the first half.
Contrastingly, the All Blacks possess a whole raft of players who can jump, with Kieran Read, Brodie Retallick, Victor Vito and Sam Whitelock all in the starting line-up.
The All Blacks’ kickers went high at any opportunity last week as they looked to put pressure on Israel Folau and Drew Mitchell under the high ball, but with the change in the Wallabies’ locks, expect to see Ben Smith and Dan Carter look for the sideline.
BIG, physical and fast, the absence of Ma’a Nonu was telling last week against the Wallabies.
After suffering a shoulder injury against the Springboks, Nonu’s replacement Sonny Bill Williams was underwhelming against the Wallabies.
Williams was expected to torment the Wallabies — particularly Matt Giteau and Bernard Foley — with his offloading ability and punch in defence, but after suffering an early knock, the dual international was hardly sighted.
Nonu’s hulking presence will stretch the Wallabies defence as he reunites his combination outside Dan Carter and alongside Conrad Smith in the centres.
AS was the case against the Springboks and Pumas, the Wallabies replacements outshone the All Blacks reserves in Sydney and Cheika wants more of the same.
The Wallabies coach has been hellbent on changing the perception of those on the bench to “finishers,” and he’ll want a lot of impact from his charges in the second-half.
After Cheika opted for a six-two split on the bench, the Wallabies are expecting the match to be a physical encounter, especially after Steve Hansen criticised the All Blacks defence last week.
“You can’t go out and tackle for them and someone else can’t make your tackle. You’ve got to make your own tackle, so it is very individualistic,” Hansen said.
“There will be some people thinking to themselves I can do better than that and the people that missed the tackles are normally pretty reliable (Read and Carter) so they’ll be hurting a bit and so they should be.”
Kane Douglas will play his first match for Australia since 2013 from the bench.
And Matt Giteau, who starred last week at inside centre and had a brief cameo at scrumhalf, will come off the bench along with Kurtley Beale.
Giteau will cover Nic White at No 9.