Three is a magic number for Wallabies backrow

Despite sporting two black eyes, David Pocock was quick to shut down suggestions of player fatigue in Camp Wallaby ahead of this weekend’s World Cup Final. “It’s getting towards the end of the season and I think your body gets used to recovering,” the Wallabies backrower said. “We’ve got a fantastic strength and conditioning team and a great medical team and physios that look after us so there’ll be no trouble getting up for another game.” In fact, Pocock said he thought the Wallabies tough road to the final has put them in good stead for the decider. “I feel really good. The semi final was exactly what we expected. The Argentinians have combined that brute strength and focus on set piece with a lot of flair so it was tough and it was physical and we were really happy with the win.” “We’ve played four of five weeks of finals now, every week has been huge. We just need to back our routine and back our preparation and do the same thing.” The Wallabies No.6
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