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The Waratahs are with full confidence and will be looking to put up an impressive performance when they take on Hurricanes in a stunning Matchup.
The Hurricanes on the other Side will be eyeing the very best Points when they lock horns the Waratahs side and also put smile on their fans face
It’s obvious that The biggest selection talking points for the Hurricanes are at lock and first five-eighth.
Definitely With injury concerns in the second row to Sam Lousi and Vaea Fifita, Manawatu’s Liam Mitchell will make his first Super Rugby start alongside 23-year-old James Blackwell.
And of course Due to the resting of Beauden Barrett, former Highlanders pivot Fletcher Smith will start in the ten jersey
The Waratahs unveil a new-look centre pairing with former Wallabies Adam Ashley-Cooper and Karmichael Hunt linking up in the midfield.
Both players are new to the Waratahs with Hunt making the switch from the Reds and Ashley-Cooper returning from Japan with a spot in the Wallabies Rugby World Cup squad seemingly in his sights.
The star-pairing bring no shortage of experience with over 250 Super Rugby and international games between them.
The Hurricanes will need to contain the threat of Waratahs playmaker Bernard Foley if they are to get their season off to a winning start.
Foley was brilliant for the Waratahs in 2018 with a competition leading 223 points.
While his goal-kicking percentage was impressive Foley was just as dangerous with ball in hand with 19 clean breaks, more than any other first five-eighth in the competition.
The diminutive pivot also laid on ten try-assists and expertly guided the Waratahs around the park with his seasoned boot.
The Hurricanes have won nine out of their last 11 games played in Australia.
This is shaping up to be an intriguing clash. Aside from Kurtley Beale who is being rested, the Waratahs are putting out a virtually full strength side
And will be desperate to start their season on a positive note on their new home ground at Brookvale Oval.
Meanwhile, The Hurricanes know how competitive the New Zealand conference is and will not want to play catch up with a first round loss.
It’s of course An extremely tough result to pick. Although both teams are laden with flashy play makers and exciting game breakers, it might be upfront where this is won.
Therefore, With the retuning James Marshall providing cover on the bench. Hurricanes coach John Plumtree said the squad’s depth is being tested early in the season.
And actually “There are a couple of youngsters in that pack who I thought we would give an opportunity to eventually
According to Plumtree, I didn’t think it would be quite this early. We’ll find out how they cope with that