Argentina v Wales

Re: Argentina v Wales

David 11 Jun 2018 19:59 pm said..

A reasonable enough assumption, if conceivably a tad condescending? Best odds currently are 20/1, so certainly better to wait until we (i.e. Wales) have messed up in the Autumn Internationals - and, who knows? in the Six Nations - in order to be able to bet vast amounts at much healthier/longer odds. At which point, as I indicated above, we will win the World Cup in Japan next year, with Sam as our captain. Or not.
Glaws are 100/1 to win the Heineken, incidentally, if anyone out there is considering fluttering in a similarly deranged manner...
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Re: Argentina v Wales

Sheddy Mcshedface 11 Jun 2018 20:48 pm said..

You can get 1514/1 for the double if you fancy a Leicester City-esque jackpot!
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David 12 Jun 2018 11:55 am said..

Oh, I do, I do.
Although even as a lifelong supporter, I really can't see the Foxes doing it again. Especially without Mahrez.
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Re: Argentina v Wales

Fat Taff 14 Jun 2018 12:03 pm said..

WALES TEAM TO FACE ARGENTINA (Santa Fe, Saturday June 16, KO 16.40 local)
15. Hallam Amos (17 Caps)
14. Josh Adams (3 Caps)
13. Scott Williams (56 Caps)
12. Owen Watkin (5 Caps) -
11. George North (75 Caps)
10. Rhys Patchell (9 Caps)
9. Aled Davies (10 Caps)
1. Rob Evans (26 Caps)
2. Ryan Elias (4 Caps)
3. Tomas Francis (32 Caps)
4. Adam Beard (3 Caps)
5. Cory Hill (17 Caps) (CAPTAIN)
6. Ellis Jenkins (7 Caps)
7. James Davies (2 Caps)
8. Ross Moriarty (23 Caps)

Replacements:
16. Elliot Dee (9 Caps)
17. Nicky Smith (20 Caps)
18. Dillon Lewis (4 Caps)
19. Bradley Davies (62 Caps)
20. Josh Turnbull (9 Caps)
21. Tomos Williams (1 Cap)
22. Gareth Anscombe (17 Caps)
23. Tom Prydie (6 Caps)
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Re: Argentina v Wales

David 14 Jun 2018 13:42 pm said..

David wrote:Samson.

Oops. I wuz rong. He went. He had (has) some sort of twingy injury (haircut? My, my, my?) and he has now come back.
Apparently.
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Re: Argentina v Wales

Lewi7 14 Jun 2018 14:05 pm said..

Lower back strain for Samson, picked it up in the Pro 14 final. Wales took him on tour hoping to fix it.

Hadleigh Parkes fractured a finger in minute 3 last week, but played through anyway, however it needs an op to fix which he'll get done in NZ following wedding / honeymoon.

Let's see how this Wales team gets on.
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Steve M 16 Jun 2018 20:38 pm said..

Wales doing pretty well in Part 2 of this one but … Argentina are really awful and as solid as Wales are playing it isn't going to take much to win this one. At the same time Wales look well structured and disciplined and with quite a few players out are looking good.
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Fat Taff 16 Jun 2018 20:59 pm said..

This is a very, very good performance.
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Steve M 16 Jun 2018 21:06 pm said..

Fat Taff wrote:This is a very, very good performance.


Wales have played very well the last two weeks but I suspect Argentina have been awful. Perhaps we can put put these results into a better perspective after Scotland have finished here next weekend.
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Re: Argentina v Wales

Fat Taff 16 Jun 2018 21:34 pm said..

Steve M wrote:
Fat Taff wrote:This is a very, very good performance.


Wales have played very well the last two weeks but I suspect Argentina have been awful. Perhaps we can put put these results into a better perspective after Scotland have finished here next weekend.


Given the players rested, played 3, won 3, away against the Boks and the RGs, I'll take that.
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