Fifteen of the world of zapping XV type goes into phase
No doubt Australia would have liked to have approached the few weeks leading up to the World Cup differently. With the Rugby Championship, shortened to just three days now in full swing, the Wallabies are worried and in doubt. After enjoying the frame of the South Africans last week (43-12), they lost again this Saturday against Argentina (31-34). As if that wasn’t enough, the Aussies also lost one of their key players, center three-quarter Len Igita.
The Brumbies player, now undisputed in selection for three seasons, had to leave his partners early in the 17th minute of the game due to a broken scapula. With an absence of between 6 and 8 weeks, the injury compromises Australia’s chances of participating in their World Cup opener against Georgia on November 9.
All the best for a speedy recovery Len 🤕
— Wallabies (@wallabies) July 16, 2023
No doubt Australia would have liked to have approached the few weeks leading up to the World Cup differently. After suffering a thrashing in South Africa last week, they lost again against Argentina this Saturday. As if that wasn’t enough, the Australians have lost one of their senior players, center three-quarter Len Igita, for six to eight weeks. So he lost his chance to start the World Cup.
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