Adjustments needed as Wallabies face up to physicality of South Africa | Bret Harris
The Springboks’ approach has made them the best team in the world and Australia are at risk of being intimidated
It is undisputed that the Wallabies will face an entirely different challenge to the one posed during the Bledisloe Cup when they play world champions South Africa on the Gold Coast on Sunday night. The Springboks and the All Blacks do not only play different styles of rugby, but they almost play different codes of rugby.
It is like going from the free spiritedness of rugby sevens to the highly structured set-pieces of American football, and the Wallabies will need to adjust their game accordingly.
Source: Rugby – The Guardian