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Who is going to win?
England 65%  65%  [ 61 ]
Wales 23%  23%  [ 22 ]
Gav 12%  12%  [ 11 ]
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PostPosted: Sat Feb 10, 2018 1:14 pm 
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Best to give this thread a miss during the game, as the swarm will be all over it ... desperate for a little excitement after watching Sexy bore us, and the Italians, to tears for a couple of hours

No doubt England will have cheated at each and every breakdown/scrum/line out before bribing the ref to ensure victory/keep it respectable


The bribe will have taken place already. At least some London caterer has managed to give Halfpenny the shits.

Doubtless, someone at the game will be able to confirm that Patchell suffered incessant ginger-abuse from pissed-up barbour-wearing public school pederasts throughout the game.


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PostPosted: Sat Feb 10, 2018 1:15 pm 
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croyals wrote:
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Halfpenny confirmed out.

I don't see it as amazing news - Wales always perform better with their backs to the wall


9. Davies
10. Patchell
11. Evans
12. Parkes
13. Scott Williams
14. Adams
15. Anscombe

:uhoh: against.... 9. Care 10. Ford 12. Farrell 13. Joseph 11. May 14.Watson 15. Brown

Lambs to the slaughter that backline is, they really needed 1/2p's experience cause there's literally zero experience bar maybe Davies in every position. England will go after them outwide and will probably want them to come forward, so they can cut holes between the williams adams axis.


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PostPosted: Sat Feb 10, 2018 1:16 pm 
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Wendigo7 wrote:
croyals wrote:
Wendigo7 wrote:
Halfpenny confirmed out.

I don't see it as amazing news - Wales always perform better with their backs to the wall


9. Davies
10. Patchell
11. Evans
12. Parkes
13. Scott Williams
14. Adams
15. Anscombe

:uhoh: against.... 9. Care 10. Ford 12. Farrell 13. Joseph 11. May 14.Watson 15. Brown

Lambs to the slaughter that backline is, they really needed 1/2p's experience cause there's literally zero experience bar maybe Davies in every position. England will go after them outwide and will probably want them to come forward, so they can cut holes between the williams adams axis.


Will bookmark this just in case.


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PostPosted: Sat Feb 10, 2018 1:25 pm 
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iarmhiman wrote:
Wendigo7 wrote:
croyals wrote:
Wendigo7 wrote:
Halfpenny confirmed out.

I don't see it as amazing news - Wales always perform better with their backs to the wall


9. Davies
10. Patchell
11. Evans
12. Parkes
13. Scott Williams
14. Adams
15. Anscombe

:uhoh: against.... 9. Care 10. Ford 12. Farrell 13. Joseph 11. May 14.Watson 15. Brown

Lambs to the slaughter that backline is, they really needed 1/2p's experience cause there's literally zero experience bar maybe Davies in every position. England will go after them outwide and will probably want them to come forward, so they can cut holes between the williams adams axis.


Will bookmark this just in case.


There's a world shortage of bookmarks thanks to Wendigo.


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PostPosted: Sat Feb 10, 2018 1:27 pm 
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More injuries :lol:
Saes by 20.


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PostPosted: Sat Feb 10, 2018 1:34 pm 
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More injuries :lol:
Saes by 20.


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PostPosted: Sat Feb 10, 2018 1:35 pm 
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c69 wrote:
More injuries :lol:
Saes by 20.


Nah, they're not that good. This is a 10 pointer.


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c69 wrote:
More injuries :lol:
Saes by 20.


:lol:

Any loss by less than 20 should be seen as a success for Wales considering all our injuries.


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Dai another day wrote:
c69 wrote:
More injuries :lol:
Saes by 20.


:lol:

Any loss by less than 20 should be seen as a success for Wales considering all our injuries.


If we beat you by 20 or more then I shall spare no effort to sympathise with your asterisk

Repeatedly


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PostPosted: Sat Feb 10, 2018 1:46 pm 
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Reading the Welsh posts on this thread, you'd think they lost to Scotland last week rather than having dished out a complete thrashing.

I don't think anyone is buying their false pessimism.


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Reading the Welsh posts on this thread, you'd think they lost to Scotland last week rather than having dished out a complete thrashing.

I don't think anyone is buying their false pessimism.


Be prepared for insufferable gloating if they win. They are the worst winners on the bored.


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PostPosted: Sat Feb 10, 2018 1:57 pm 
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ovalball wrote:
Reading the Welsh posts on this thread, you'd think they lost to Scotland last week rather than having dished out a complete thrashing.

I don't think anyone is buying their false pessimism.

Scotland were gash utter gash.
I can't see bit part players like Patchell getting away with no pressure this week.
He really has been flakey as feck when under pressure. Last week was a perfect storm Wales played very well and Scotland absolutely bollocks. I predicted we would finish third and still believe we are ein a transitional period England and Ireland are way ahead of us.


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ovalball wrote:
Reading the Welsh posts on this thread, you'd think they lost to Scotland last week rather than having dished out a complete thrashing.

I don't think anyone is buying their false pessimism.


Scotland aided that thrashing with a splendid display of Scotlanding. If England want to do the same then I say go ahead but I doubt they will...sadly.


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c69 wrote:
ovalball wrote:
Reading the Welsh posts on this thread, you'd think they lost to Scotland last week rather than having dished out a complete thrashing.

I don't think anyone is buying their false pessimism.

Scotland were gash utter gash.
I can't see bit part players like Patchell getting away with no pressure this week.
He really has been flakey as feck when under pressure. Last week was a perfect storm Wales played very well and Scotland absolutely bollocks. I predicted we would finish third and still believe we are ein a transitional period England and Ireland are way ahead of us.


Don't really understand the dumping of Owen Williams (considering what i have seen of Anscombe's goal kicking). decision to send back Liam Williams and Amos in favour of north not looking so clever. Has Stef Evans or Adams played much at full back.


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Good luck WalesB :thumbup:


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Dai another day wrote:
c69 wrote:
More injuries :lol:
Saes by 20.


:lol:

Any loss by less than 20 should be seen as a success for Wales considering all our injuries.


So a congratulations thread might be in order?


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ovalball wrote:
Reading the Welsh posts on this thread, you'd think they lost to Scotland last week rather than having dished out a complete thrashing.

I don't think anyone is buying their false pessimism.


Be prepared for insufferable gloating if they win. They are the worst winners on the bored.

This.


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Dai another day wrote:
c69 wrote:
More injuries :lol:
Saes by 20.


:lol:

Any loss by less than 20 should be seen as a success for Wales considering all our injuries.


So a congratulations thread might be in order?


The Welsh are pretty good at those. It is the Scots who rarely congratulate England. But, in fairness, there are a lot fewer Scots on here.


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Dai can you please change the thread title and add B please.


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PostPosted: Sat Feb 10, 2018 2:18 pm 
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iarmhiman wrote:
ovalball wrote:
Reading the Welsh posts on this thread, you'd think they lost to Scotland last week rather than having dished out a complete thrashing.

I don't think anyone is buying their false pessimism.


Be prepared for insufferable gloating if they win. They are the worst winners on the bored.


True.

They're bloody awful losers as well.

All these posts from them, doing down their own chances are;

a) to piss on our parade, should we win.
b) to really rub it in, should they win.


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England B v Wales. Consider it done, C69


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Shit. Wrong log-in.


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Keith wrote:
England B v Wales. Consider it done.

Good man :lol:
Dai


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Keith wrote:
England v Wales B. Consider it done.


Afternoon, Keith.


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Dai another day wrote:
Keith wrote:
England v Wales B. Consider it done.


Afternoon, Keith.

Genius :lol:


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c69 wrote:
Dai another day wrote:
Keith wrote:
England v Wales B. Consider it done.


Afternoon, Keith.

Genius :lol:

Thank you, Clive


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With Wales injuries, and these for England, what will this match tell us?

Mako
Hartley
Cole
Itoji
Launch
Robshaw
Haskell
Billy

Youngs

Ford

Farrell
JJ

Daly
Watson
Brown

Marler, or Genge, or Mullan
George
Sinkler

Lawes
Hughes, or Clifford
Care
T'eo
Nowell


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PostPosted: Sat Feb 10, 2018 2:33 pm 
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Mick Mannock wrote:
With Wales injuries, and these for England, what will this match tell us?

Mako
Hartley
Cole
Itoji
Launch
Robshaw
Haskell
Billy

Youngs

Ford

Farrell
JJ

Daly
Watson
Brown

Marler, or Genge, or Mullan
George
Sinkler

Lawes
Hughes, or Clifford
Care
T'eo
Nowell


The RFU is the wealthiest rugby union in the world, and England has the largest depth of players.

They have no excuse on that front.


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Mick Mannock wrote:
With Wales injuries, and these for England, what will this match tell us?

Mako
Hartley
Cole
Itoji
Launch
Robshaw
Haskell
Billy

Youngs

Ford

Farrell
JJ

Daly
Watson
Brown

Marler, or Genge, or Mullan
George
Sinkler

Lawes
Hughes, or Clifford
Care
T'eo
Nowell

That you have the biggest player base, the richest Union and the egret estate resources.
The drop off from Wales first choices is massive and your bench brings you options our bench just evens the numbers up. Saes by 20 plus as we don't even have a decent place kicker now ffs


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No excuses from me. Loads from Dai, who has exacerbated his cowardice by changing the thread title


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c69 wrote:
Keith wrote:
England B v Wales. Consider it done.

Good man :lol:
Dai

chippy fuckers


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Mick Mannock wrote:
With Wales injuries, and these for England, what will this match tell us?

Mako
Hartley
Cole
Itoji
Launch
Robshaw
Haskell
Billy

Youngs

Ford

Farrell
JJ

Daly
Watson
Brown

Marler, or Genge, or Mullan
George
Sinkler

Lawes
Hughes, or Clifford
Care
T'eo
Nowell


Billy and Youngs are pretty big losses but England have more than enough cover Simmons and Care are effective enough for England. Farrell would be a huge loss if he were to be injured, I think he's playing some really good rugby at the moment and no doubt will be involved with a lot of England's attack. I know I've banged this drum before but any full back better than Brown in England?


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c69 wrote:
Keith wrote:
England B v Wales. Consider it done.

Good man :lol:
Dai

chippy fuckers

What that stiff upper lip doesn't drop old chap.
Dour bastards to a man


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Not impressed with scrum.com being integrated into espn. I can understand why though.


Still?


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c69 wrote:
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c69 wrote:
Keith wrote:
England B v Wales. Consider it done.

Good man :lol:
Dai

chippy fuckers

What that stiff upper lip doesn't drop old chap.
Dour bastards to a man

Christ, I hope we f**king win :D


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bessantj wrote:
Mick Mannock wrote:
With Wales injuries, and these for England, what will this match tell us?

Mako
Hartley
Cole
Itoji
Launch
Robshaw
Haskell
Billy

Youngs

Ford

Farrell
JJ

Daly
Watson
Brown

Marler, or Genge, or Mullan
George
Sinkler

Lawes
Hughes, or Clifford
Care
T'eo
Nowell


Billy and Youngs are pretty big losses but Egland have more than enough cover Simmons and Care are effective enough for England. Farrell would be a huge loss if he were to be injured, I think he's playing some really good rugby at the moment and no doubt will be involved with a lot of England's attack. I know I've banged this drum before but any full back better than Brown in England?

Watson with Nowell to wing.
Would be massively better than we could put out. Even if Farrell was out then JJ an Teo would be better than our pedestrian mid field.
Vast player resources when injury takes hold.


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message #2527204 wrote:
c69 wrote:
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c69 wrote:
Keith wrote:
England B v Wales. Consider it done.

Good man :lol:
Dai

chippy fuckers

What that stiff upper lip doesn't drop old chap.
Dour bastards to a man

Christ, I hope we f**king win :D

You lot really have no sense of humour at all with your English reserve and puritanical values.


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hard luck for Halfpenny, shame to loose someone of his experience from the match.

How is Patchell's goal kicking in comparison?


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Seems a shame to lose out because of a swollen foot. Couldn't they give him something, a steroid injection maybe...?


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Well, I had a car - black ice - traffic light intervention this morning, which puts things in perspective.

Until kick off.


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