Warren Gatland goes on the attack as Wales seek to end Australian curse
Wales coach picks two playmakers as he hopes revival of attacking approach will help his side halt 12-game losing streak against Michael Cheika’s side
Never mind Warrenball, it has been Warrenfall each time Wales have met Australia since 2008. Wales’ nightmares come wrapped in green and gold, 12 successive defeats, the majority by less than a converted try, late tries and penalties dashing the dreams of the men in red.There has been a common denominator in the run, summed up when the sides met in the World Cup at Twickenham in 2015. Wales under their head coach, Warren Gatland, have become a side who are supremely conditioned, organised and...
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