Come on Wallabies They have already confirmed the formation for the transcendental duel against them Storms Sunday, live from 3:45 p.m. on ESPN Scrum on Star+ for him Group C of Rugby World Cup. The Australians arrive with no room for error as they have just lost to Fiji and another defeat would leave them with a complicated quarter-final qualification scenario. Watch the entire World Cup on ESPN Scrum on Star+.
The Australian coach Eddie Jones He put together a team with three modifications compared to the last game against the Red Dragons: Robert Leota enters the third line for Fraser McReight, Ben Donaldson He will switch positions and be the flyhalf in place of Carter Gordon. Andrew Kellaway will make his debut at this World Cup by playing as a full-back and Tate McDermott He will be the scrum-half in place of Nic White, who will sit on the substitutes’ bench.
In this meeting the pillar James Slippers He will equal George Gregan in his 20th cap as Australia’s highest-ranked Rugby World Cup player. They have played Wales in each of the last three tournaments since RWC 2011 and this is their 12th game against Wales since 2010. Only Nathan Sharpe (14), Adam Ashley-Cooper (14), Stephen Moore (14) and Will Genia ( 13) played more times in this game than Slipper.
The emergence of Australia: 1 Angus Bell, 2 David Porecki (c), 3- James Slipper, 4- Nick Frost, 5- Richard Arnold, 6- Robert Leota, 7- Tom Hooper, 8- Rob Valetini, 9- Tate McDermott, 10- Ben Donaldson, 11- Marika Koroibete, 12- Samu Kerevi, 13- Jordan Petaia, 14- Mark Nawaqanitawase 15- Andrew Kellaway
Substitute: 16- Matt Faessler, 17 Blake Schoupp, 18 Pone Fa’amausili 19- Matt Philip, 20- Fraser McReight, 21- Nic White, 22- Carter Gordon, 23- Suli Vunivalu