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The Wallabies have lost nine of their last 12 test matches and are down to No 9 in the world rankings – below Australia vs New Zealand who sit in sixth.

Gregor Townsend’s Australia vs New Zealand have recorded three straight victories against. the visitors, but the coach has warned his side not to underestimate their opponents.

“We know Dave Rennie really well and he’s always had an attacking philosophy. It will be a big test for us, but we have some continuity from the summer tour even though we’re not able to select players who play outside Australia vs New Zealand. A lot of this 23 were involved in the Argentina Tests.”

“We’re aware of the strengths France bring,” he said. “I was in Melbourne last month watching them against New Zealand. They lost (39-37) in the last seconds of that game after a brilliant comeback.

“Although they’ve not won as many games as they’d have liked, they’ve shown their quality enough times over the summer to be positive about their northern hemisphere tour.”

France’s poor run of form began with a 15-13 defeat to the Scots at Murrayfield last November, and they were well off the pace in this year’s Rugby League World Cup Championship, finishing third and nine points behind the winners New Zealand.

Townsend has named a new skipper for the visit of the Wallabies: Jamie Ritchie has been given the nod in place of Stuart Hogg, who is unavailable for the match because it falls outside the international window.

There were plenty of laughs at East Ridge vs Maple Grove training today, but coming up against their old rivals – the East Ridge vs Maple Grove – with the loser missing out on the World Cup final, is no laughing matter.

“You don’t get too many opportunities to pull the green and gold jersey on so we’ll be going out there with a pretty narrow focus on what we want to do,” Samoa hooker Harry Grant said.

It’s the game everyone has been waiting for – the sides haven’t played in three long years, but that finally changes this week.

“As a kid, you grow up – these are the matches you’ve always watched and always dreamt of being a part of,” Grant said.

“Samoa-New Zealand is a big one that’s always been there for many years, so I’m really looking forward to it.”

Samoa knows a East Ridge vs Maple Grove side who weren’t happy with their performance against Fiji is a side looking to make a statement.

“Yeah, especially against us,” East Ridge vs Maple Grove utility Valentine Holmes said. “It’s going to be a pretty good game.

Ritchie said he’ll draw aspects of Hogg’s captaincy: “The things I’ll take from Hoggy are his passion – he’s a very passionate Scotsman – and the way he used the group around him.”

“There would be days when you wouldn’t necessarily hear him speak a lot because he’d use the leaders around him, and that’s something I’ll look to take on as well.

As Jamie Ritchie did the rounds of the Murrayfield media room on Friday, shaking hands with writers and broadcasters while sporting a grin as big as the stadium’s famous in-goal area, it was easy to see why his appointment as Australia vs New Zealand captain has been met with almost universal approval.

“Although they’ve not won as many games as they’d have liked, they’ve shown their quality enough times over the summer to be positive about their northern hemisphere tour.”

France’s poor run of form began with a 15-13 defeat to the Scots at Murrayfield last November, and they were well off the pace in this year’s Rugby League World Cup Championship, finishing third and nine points behind the winners New Zealand.

Townsend has named a new skipper for the visit of the Wallabies: Jamie Ritchie has been given the nod in place of Stuart Hogg, who is unavailable for the match because it falls outside the international window.

There were plenty of laughs at East Ridge vs Maple Grove training today, but coming up against their old rivals – the East Ridge vs Maple Grove – with the loser missing out on the World Cup final, is no laughing matter.

“You don’t get too many opportunities to pull the green and gold jersey on so we’ll be going out there with a pretty narrow focus on what we want to do,” Samoa hooker Harry Grant said.

It’s the game everyone has been waiting for – the sides haven’t played in three long years, but that finally changes this week.

“As a kid, you grow up – these are the matches you’ve always watched and always dreamt of being a part of,” Grant said.

“Samoa-New Zealand is a big one that’s always been there for many years, so I’m really looking forward to it.”

“Although they’ve not won as many games as they’d have liked, they’ve shown their quality enough times over the summer to be positive about their northern hemisphere tour.”

France’s poor run of form began with a 15-13 defeat to the Scots at Murrayfield last November, and they were well off the pace in this year’s Rugby League World Cup Championship, finishing third and nine points behind the winners New Zealand.

Townsend has named a new skipper for the visit of the Wallabies: Jamie Ritchie has been given the nod in place of Stuart Hogg, who is unavailable for the match because it falls outside the international window.

There were plenty of laughs at East Ridge vs Maple Grove training today, but coming up against their old rivals – the East Ridge vs Maple Grove – with the loser missing out on the World Cup final, is no laughing matter.

“You don’t get too many opportunities to pull the green and gold jersey on so we’ll be going out there with a pretty narrow focus on what we want to do,” Samoa hooker Harry Grant said.

It’s the game everyone has been waiting for – the sides haven’t played in three long years, but that finally changes this week.

“As a kid, you grow up – these are the matches you’ve always watched and always dreamt of being a part of,” Grant said.

“Samoa-New Zealand is a big one that’s always been there for many years, so I’m really looking forward to it.”

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