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Saturday, 23 July 2011

WATCH Australia vs South Africa Live Streaming International Rugby Events -23 July -2011 ,12:00 CET

 WATCH Australia vs South Africa Live Streaming International Rugby Events -23 July -2011 ,12:00 CET
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A depleted South Africa squad will travel to a soggy Sydney this weekend to face Robbie Deans’ Australia side. The withdrawal of an astonishing 23 players has robbed coach Peter de Villiers of many front-line stars, but Australia have problems of their own after a humiliating home defeat at the hands of Samoa last weekend. Scepticism surrounded South Africa’s decision to side-line many of their stars for the squad, and that Australia led the calls for a subsequent probe into the matter may add spice to the occasion.

After being humbled by Samoa last week, Robbie Deans announced a number of changes to the side that will host the Springboks. Matt Giteau is the most notable casualty from the side, dropping out of the match-day squad completely, with Quade Cooper taking his place at fly half. Elsewhere there are places for James O’Connor, Kurtley Beale and David Pocock. Queensland’s impressive second row duo James Horwill and Rob Simmons will also start. Last week’s loss, billed as one of the biggest shocks in Australian rugby for decades, provided precious few positives for Deans aside from seeing first hand that his squad depth may not be as strong as he would have hoped. This side, however, is significantly closer to full strength.

South Africa
When Peter de Villiers announced his injury list for the tour of Australia and New Zealand, a fair few eyebrows were raised. A subsequent SANZAR probe found no wrongdoing, though their still seems to be an element of resentment in the Australian camp at what they believe are underhand tactics to rest certain players. Nevertheless captain of the squad John Smit has roundly dismissed suggestions that this is South Africa’s ‘B’ team. With the World Cup fast approaching and positions being keenly fought, it is likely that, regardless of injury, any South Africa side will prove formidable opponents at the moment.

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