5 Players To Watch Rugby World Cup



5 Players to Watch at Rugby World Cup

Will Genia (Australia, scrum-half) has been described as the "brains" behind the recent successes of Australia, but he admits modestly that he is simply "doing his job." He does the job effectively, then made his debut against New Zealand in 2009 and is now one of the first names chosen by the coach Robbie Deans range.

23-years, has an abrupt transition, a great kicking game, speed and eye for the gap, and he was instrumental in Australia, winning the decisive Tri-Nations against New Zealand last month, when he made an attempt to Samos, and establish some Radik Kurtley Beale.

His association with the fly-half Quade Cooper may be electric, and the couple often leave defenders grasp air as the speed of their minds and feet. It is a partnership that has been aged in Queensland Reds in Super rugby champions this year, and is one that needs to develop if Australia is to increase the Webb Ellis Cup as the champion for the third time .
5 Players To Watch Rugby World Cup
Manu Tuilagi (England, center) The center will give the Samoan-born X Factor in England team and showed that two appearances, how his power and pace will cause headaches for the defense of the World Cup.

He has no finesse or trick the likes of Conrad Smith and Brian O'Driscoll, but its hard working style, ability to break tackles and an acceleration of labor are equally effective, and has attempted to test two credit.

At 20, he is still a novice at the international level, and experts Winner of the 2003 World Cup Jonny Wilkinson and Mike Tindal next to it will be important, especially in the final stages of the tournament when the pressure s 'intensifies.

Tuilagi, who is the youngest of six brothers will not be the only family member to play in the tournament in New Zealand. His brother Alesana plays on the wing for Samoa, one of four siblings to have represented their country.

Brian O'Driscoll (Ireland, center), the Irish captain was his country's talisman for several years now and is a proven winner, leading his team in front. At 32, perhaps his speed is not quite what it was, but it is a silky runner that can ghost through a hole and still have a trick to try to score.

In his 113 matches for Ireland, he crossed the goal line for a record 44 tries. Earlier this year, he broke the Scot Ian Smith 78 years Six Nations record when he scored his 25th league try in the win against England.

It is left on the defense, either.

While it will continue to play in his home province of Leinster, and perhaps take another Six Nations campaign, it will O'Driscoll Rugby World Cup final and will be desperate to see one year Irish poor during the tournament ended before he hangs up his boots.

Dan Carter (New Zealand opener) It says a lot about the importance of Dan Carter, is that the World Cup in New Zealand hopes when the greatest fear among fans of what will happen if the star Opener gets hurt. There is no No. 10 in New Zealand that even comes close to matching the talent of 29 years.

Is from New Zealand and the world, its highest points scorer in Test rugby in 1229, and goes hand in hand with England Jonny Wilkinson (1218) to see who had the world record for the end of the Cup World.

Perhaps most important is the fact that Carter is trying to rediscover some of its best face to the world tournament. Not since 2005, when he recorded open the British and Irish Lions, who played with such confidence. New to the line, kicking with precision and the establishment of the back.

New Zealand need your size and dismissal if it is to lift the Webb Ellis Cup on 23 October.

Fourie du Preez (South Africa scrum-half) saying: "You do not know what you have until you lose it" might be perfectly summed up the team without Fourie du Preez South Africa. In short, it is better when the Springboks team world-class 29-year-old who has.

It is was clear in 2010 when you kept shoulder surgery Preez on the sidelines and the South Africans missed his ability to organize the future, its rapid disappearance and his particular game kicks that put Team of the opposition under tremendous pressure.

It also has enough speed and not afraid to run from the back of a ruck and can find its way to the try line. He scored 13 tries in 57 tests and was a member of the Springbok team that won the World Cup four years ago. After indicating he could retire from international rugby after the tournament, which will be desperate to finish on a high note as his team tries to be the first to win two world titles.


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