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There doesn't seem to be a match thread so I've started one if that's ok

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16 15 GMT BBC

Commentators ? Hope its Butler/Moore.....

but we'll have to put up with Inverdale et al ..... ;)

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Butler and Moore would be a good start :)

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Butler and Moore would be a good start :)


just looked at Radio Times it's Butler/Moore and JD commentating

Inverdale, O'Connell, Gusset, Martyn W support team

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If the set piece functions and therefore the back row is able to operate, we have an outside chance.

If not England by 10-12, possibly more.


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Eng by 8 minimum, bench will out :(

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buglet wrote:
If the set piece functions and therefore the back row is able to operate, we have an outside chance.

If not England by 10-12, possibly more.



I see the backrow as a negartive rather than a positive. Hope im wrong.

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Blindside wrote:
buglet wrote:
If the set piece functions and therefore the back row is able to operate, we have an outside chance.

If not England by 10-12, possibly more.



I see the backrow as a negartive rather than a positive. Hope im wrong.



I think England potentially have more problems in the back row, but have advantages almost everywhere else.


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Blindside wrote:
buglet wrote:
If the set piece functions and therefore the back row is able to operate, we have an outside chance.

If not England by 10-12, possibly more.



I see the backrow as a negartive rather than a positive. Hope im wrong.


as do I, Tips to be shown what he is today, and Moriarty is limited.

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Langland Exile wrote:
Blindside wrote:
buglet wrote:
If the set piece functions and therefore the back row is able to operate, we have an outside chance.

If not England by 10-12, possibly more.



I see the backrow as a negartive rather than a positive. Hope im wrong.


as do I, Tips to be shown what he is today, and Moriarty is limited.



I think so .... but we will see. Ive put my money on it, so the fine for being unpatriotic would run to three figures, should Wales win or loose by less than five. When it comes to gambling, always bet with your head rather than your heart. We will see though

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Thing is, there are no easy fixtures for us: all are challenging.

We could well come out of this year with just the win over Italy.


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Wales by 5


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Wales by 5


Oh you eternal optimist you!


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What happened about all the so called injuries?

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Tony Panties wrote:
Blindside wrote:
Butler and Moore would be a good start :)


just looked at Radio Times it's Butler/Moore and JD commentating

Inverdale, O'Connell, Gusset, Martyn W support team


I might play a little drinking game, every time Jiffy squeeks "numbers" have a drink. I will probably have to give up by half time.

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