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Facing Australia with Bail and Entamok Holder on the bench?

Posted by Mathieu WARNIER, Media365 on Tuesday, November 01, 2022 at 7:20 pm.

With the match against Australia looming, France’s XV’s training session draws on a starting line-up that will not include benched Cyril Bale. Romain N’Damague, meanwhile, is moving well towards a tenure at the start.

Fabien Galthié seems to have made his wishes. While France’s XV begins its November tour against Australia at the Stade de France this Saturday, the 42 players selected to prepare for the meeting have been trained, giving clues as to the starting line-up the tricolor staff prefers. Align against the Wallabies. According to information from Raghbrama And RMC Sports, the distribution of chasubles makes it possible to draw a starting XV confirming some of Halley’s rumours, which will be confirmed for sure this Wednesday during the last high-intensity training session before the match against Australia. Absent from the field since 11 September, he made an early exit during Toulouse’s win over Toulon, with Romain Ndamak replacing Fabian Calthie at the start alongside captain Antoine Dupont.

Yawning with Mauvaga and Hauwas?

A back line that can count Jonathan Dandy as the first center alongside Gaël Fickou. The State Roselais player is uncertain about the appointment, however, as his wife is due to give birth soon. As an Imperial Toulouse starter in recent weeks, Thomas Ramos should return to his usual form, forming an attacking trident with Damien Benat and Yoram Mofana. For the pack, the key lesson was the Tricolor staff’s willingness to integrate Cyril Bale into the match sheet. Aligned with Toulouse last weekend for the first time since last season’s semi-final defeat against Castres, the international pillar should be on the bench and finish the match alongside Beito Mouaga and Mohamed Houwas. Danny Brizo should be installed alongside Uni Adonio and Julien Marchand. The Willems-Vaughey duo should make the second line back to the center of the third line with Charles Olivone surrounded by the irreplaceable Gregory Aldrid and Anthony Gelonch.

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