Five things I’d like to see from the Wallabies against the All Blacks

By Sam Ryan After a horrific start to the Bledisloe Cup in Sydney back in August, the Wallabies have improved each time they’ve taken the field in recent months and have shown a number of genuinely positive signs for the years ahead. The obvious improvement though will mean very little unless Australia can produce a similar performance against the All Blacks in the final Bledisloe Cup match this year. While on paper it’s a dead rubber, Saturday’s match is far more important for the psyche of Australian rugby and a win in Brisbane could be exactly what the Wallabies need heading into a tough UK tour and a crucial 2018 season. Here’s five things I’d like to see from the Wallabies on Saturday night. Finish each half strong If a Test match is decided by five or so key moments, the All Blacks have an uncanny ability to win more of those moments than not. They typically come in the back end of both halves, when the Kiwis superior fitness and skill level takes char
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