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Where big rugby teams stand after November series



In the final show between the leading rugby teams of the north end competitions and the southern end of the World Cup, the one went out to a 7-5 high-grade winners this month.

Delivering the last half of the World Cup's second decisions in 2015, and three years later, the countryside seems to have gone up.

This is where the leading rugby teams that stand after November series, are listed worldwide.

SALANDAND NEW (1)

The All Blacks coach Steve Hansen has made a confidence in the state of fitness of the team under the World Cup World Cup in Japan where he will win the Webb Ellis Award for the third straight time. After a difficult season in 2018, which includes a historical loss to Eirinn all over the world in Àir. 2, fans are not so happy

Hansen believes his team has discovered new talent and developing new aspects of the game that will serve him well in Japan. He said the loss of this season went to Ireland in Dublin and South Africa in Wellington; Get learning experiences from which the team is profitable. Musicians are worried after playing All Blacks with Ireland.

Luke Luke McGrath of Ireland, who left her, Keith Earls of Ireland celebrated after the international rugby union between Ireland and the New Zealand Scenes in Dublin, Ireland, Saturday, November 17, 2018. Ireland won its 16-9 game . (Photograph AP / Peter Morrison)

Luke Luke McGrath of Ireland, who left her, Keith Earls of Ireland celebrated after the international rugby union between Ireland and the New Zealand Scenes in Dublin, Ireland, Saturday, November 17, 2018. Ireland won its 16-9 game . (Photograph AP / Peter Morrison)

Luke Luke McGrath of Ireland, who left her, Keith Earls of Ireland celebrated after the international rugby union between Ireland and the New Zealand Scenes in Dublin, Ireland, Saturday, November 17, 2018. Ireland won its 16-9 game . (Photograph AP / Peter Morrison)

Against the last year of the British and Irish Lion last year and Ireland, All Blacks have shown an innovative weakness and a detrimental lack of defensive defenses that would look like blueprints for teams that aim to take them as global campaigners.

Hansen states that they are all well, that the staff have worked out new ways to break these defenses. The form of key players, including Captain Kieran Read, has also been a matter of concern, but again, Hansen is sure that All Blacks are on the way to win their fourth world championship.

– With Steve McMorran

IRELAND (2)

It was a general idea; at least, but this month gave a definitive confirmation: Ireland can win the World Cup.

Even Joe Schmidt, who is leaving the team after the next year's tournament in Japan, is not even the same. emphasizing confidence in Irish followers after the well-known net herring of November; including a 16-9 impact over New Zealand. A & # 39; The first ever-ever home profit against All Blacks, and the world's second world win in two years.

He is convinced that he alone offers Ireland as the second best to be able to; Capturing the Webb Ellis Cup – the entire Coach said that Steve Hansen did their best side – but other important features include the depth of talent in the country and the structure of rugby -What is there? Players in the country of the world have the best chance to play and play; live very new.

Johnny Sexton at Schmidt – named Sunday as the best player around the world for 2018 – is the team's leadership but they would have one wish to do; Going into the next season: Conor Murray will then be full of revival from long-term issues with his neck.

– With Steve Douglas

WALES (3)

The Welshmen are likely to spend the best time since the glory days in the 1970s, The first four of the benefits of November expand their running to nine international.

They decided the third place in the arrangements, and just as advanced as the team's game management in influencing benefits across Scotland, Australia and South Africa was the deepest blow that allowed Backstores Warren Gatland 74 points beyond Tonga between.

In a sense of knowledge, Wales now recognizes how they will win the giants of the southern hemisphere (even though the All Blacks are still something of a thing). But not always sticking to. hitting Gatland with, after giving him so many marital effects to the Wallabies and Springboks, but no longer.

Sam Warburton is not retiring and Taulupe Faletau is not behind this month behind a series of Welsh issues.

The Welsh are not Irish or All-Blacks, but they are still the feared teams to join the World Cup.

– With Steve Douglas

GAIDHLIG (4)

This month did not really do or do; broke for Eddie Jones, but the arguments could have been surrendered on their Sabbath bad start after the June series in South Africa and, before that, a fifth place in the Six Nations S-

So, he will be happy with benefits across Australia and South Africa that will bring a loss of 16-15 to New Zealand but, however, he would have been doing it. allowing them to be rarely over the All Blacks slip through English personnel from 15-0 up.

He will be the lead player for Jones to get into the World Cup, with Vunipola brothers, Chris Robshaw, Anthony Watson and Joe Launchbury among those who need it. this month.

Manu Tuilagi's powerful center is very good and is a very different choice in England in the middle of the park. Owen Farrell once again shows that it is a kind of world, even though its taxi is under the microscope.

Compared to a few months ago, it could be worse for Jones less than a year out of Japan.

– With Steve Douglas

CHRIOSDUIDH.

Rassie Erasmus & Springboks completed their season as they started, with a loss to his & her; Wales, with only 50 per cent successful in 2018 (seven winners from 13 tests) showing that there was no correct control under the new coach.

South Africa received some of its reputation after a terrible time under Allister Coetzee, but the Boks still fight their force. Erasmus made a major impact on the All Blacks in New Zealand in September, but in general, South Africa went forward from poorly to inconsistencies when fans hoped more.

Erasmus has turned Faf from Klerk and Willie by Roux is back back from an international exile as players but there are still questions ahead of the World Universe Cup: Erasmus levels No. 8s Warren Whiteley and Duane Vermeulen but they can not both play in their favorite place and their best evaluation is still clear. There is no clear support for Klerk at Àir. 9.

In general, the folder continues to be one of the strongest and fastest young wings, Aphiwe Dyantyi and Sbu Nkosi, making the Boks more dangerous than they have been in the years , but he's been unhappy to have & # 39; link these elements into a normal formula.

Also, to help the racially degraded sport of the sport, South African rugby has promised the government that at least 50 per cent of its World Cup team in the black player Japan and Erasmus must start & # 39 ; planning for that. There is an additional problem that has no other national team or coach.

– Le Gerald Imray

East & Seas

The best part of 2018 has come to the last Wallabies. The end.

In a year of nine losing, the worst percentages lost in 30 years, the Wallabies came back. Their defensive protection was a terrible show. in the pieces, and the attack was taken without a coherent plan. They did not know and did not frighten them. This month they received three objections against Italy, all in 14-minute spelling. The rest of the time they were protected. Next week, All Blacks won 10 complaints, and Italy never saw the passage.

But the Wallabies problems are getting deeper than the team. There is an emergency rugby at home.

The youngsters did not succeed in the two sub-20 competitions since 2011. And in Super Rugby, the Western Force went on to improve the other licenses, and failed. 40-game defeat failed against New Zealand licenses that were not demolished to May. The poor Australian teams have meant that Michael Cheika's national coach did not have another option, which should be saved on October 7, the day after Wallabies hit Argentina 45- 34 from 31-7 down in Salta. Despite the return, the Wallabies were terrible.

If the Australian Rugby Union had been dragging the trigger, Cheika would know. He was appointed in October 2014 after retiring at Ewen McKenzie. Within a year, the Wallabies were in the 2015 World Cup final and Cheika was the year coach of the year.

But since then, it has been brought to 17 benefits in 42 tests. It's too late to stop Cheika now, but the Wallabies need a new voice, new eyes, and encouragement.

– Le Foster Niumata

ALBA (7)

If World Cup was the next year in Scotland, the hospitals would be the procurator. In order for the Scots to kick the road, they are a single-acting pony. And the trick is to play them far from Murrayfield. The Scots are well equipped: the wildcub is usually wild and the back is very interesting. But Wales showed in Cardiff at the beginning of the month that the Scots have a block of mind away from home. And it's still like Japan – the World World Cup host – they have to go through the fourth quarter.

Murrayfield Castle broke South Africa this month, and if it were "one that got rid of," then it's a "#; hitting Exit to be "one of them they got away." The Scots were the second best in all statistics against Pumas but they were in a position. thanks to Murrayfield factor. They never stopped thinking, and they should benefit long and not so good. However, the test was to play two No. 10, Finn Russell and Adam Hastings, hardworking.

– Le Foster Niumata

FRANCE (9)

Due to a fortunate draw with Japan for a year ago he paid work for Nove Noves as a French coach. But Fiji should not miss out, Jacques Brunel.

Brunel won so many experiments this year as Noves did – three – but the Tricolors are in a better shape, even though they are still susceptible to hidden mistakes, the Fiji, who were "boys", according to Mathieu Bastareaud.

Brunel seems to be a bit further afield on the left. Before the Fiji-ed team, they eventually lost to South Africa and pulled Argentina to prevent them. mostly lost in almost 50 years.

Fiji has made a decline in the expectation of France to go to # 39; expectations. But after the youngsters have received the sub-20 title in June, there is hope that young talent can still be the health.

– Le Foster Niumata

ARGENTINE (10)

The Pumas was the only oldest team to change coach this year. It works. Mario Ledesma moved away from Super Rugby Jaguares, the Jaguares sent out Pumas jumps, and the team was out of sight. There are not two advantages, but the Pumas na taobh is a "big picture". Unlike most other teams, they think the destination is more important than the trip. The results are not now as important as building to the World Cup in the world, and so they were on a course by doing it; The end of the year was better and they started. They were competitive this month until the last quarter against Ireland, France, and Scotland. The shooting was inserted after playing the same team with Super Rugby and Rugby Competition.

Ledesma's leaders expanded the rules to allow players to choose from abroad but just to ask two or two, he did not move with Jaguares only, the Super Rugby game players arrived for his & 39; first time. The props that were moved by the European Ramiro Herrera and Juan Figallo were lost this month when the Pumas started scruming and screaming. winter. But the knowledge was valuable. Agustin Creevy gave the captain a four-year-old captain but was still the details of the downturn, and Rodrigo Bruni had a new look like a star rising. When they arrive in Japan, their emigrants will be back and, of course, they will be stronger.

– Le Foster Niumata

ITALY (15)

For Italy, the home of the home of November was successful. Georgia was beaten. Many thanks to the company 28-17 companies, Italy entered the bed more talk about replacing the Classes of the Homosexual, the seventh best team in Europe. The Italians, however, are still incredible to take the wooden spores in the next Sessions.

Conor O & # 39; Shea, who was a full-time Ireland, promised progress when he passed over Italy in June 2016. It has been there. He works from the clubs up, and the Italians are winning more. Change is coming to fruition, and more talent has been achieved; Growth is available by O & Shea, who has not been scared to trigger new people.

But control and sloppy errors still persist the Azzurri. They donated the Wallabies for their money, but All Blacks were published by this month. Playing without a wounded captain Sergio Parisse was still going to play; It looks like when he played it.

She and Shea see progress but he admits that there is still a "long, long" way.

– Le Daniella Matar

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A look at the international match between Italy and New Zealand at the Olympics in Rome, Saturday, November 24, 2018. (Photo Photo / Gregorio Borgia)

A look at the international match between Italy and New Zealand at the Olympics in Rome, Saturday, November 24, 2018. (Photo Photo / Gregorio Borgia)

A look at the international match between Italy and New Zealand at the Olympics in Rome, Saturday, November 24, 2018. (Photo Photo / Gregorio Borgia)

Wales Jonathan Davies is making a break during the international rugby union game between his & her; Wales and South Africa at Principality Park in Cardiff, Wales, Saturday, November 24, 2018. (Photo Photo / Rui Vieira)

Wales Jonathan Davies is making a break during the international rugby union game between his & her; Wales and South Africa at Principality Park in Cardiff, Wales, Saturday, November 24, 2018. (Photo Photo / Rui Vieira)

Wales Jonathan Davies is making a break during the international rugby union game between his & her; Wales and South Africa at Principality Park in Cardiff, Wales, Saturday, November 24, 2018. (Photo Photo / Rui Vieira)

Try then in Elliot Daly in England, then, then try the international rugby union between England and Australia at Twickenham in London, Saturday, November 24, 2018. (AP Photo / Tim Ireland)

Try then in Elliot Daly in England, then, then try the international rugby union between England and Australia at Twickenham in London, Saturday, November 24, 2018. (AP Photo / Tim Ireland)

Try then in Elliot Daly in England, then, then try the international rugby union between England and Australia at Twickenham in London, Saturday, November 24, 2018. (AP Photo / Tim Ireland)

Siya Kolisi, from South Africa, goes past her & # 39; Wales, Gareth Anscombe and Wales; Wales Liam Williams, through the international match between rugby and South Africa at Principality Park in Cardiff, Wales, Saturday, November 24, 2018. (AP Photo / Rui Vieira)

Siya Kolisi, from South Africa, goes past her & # 39; Wales, Gareth Anscombe and Wales; Wales Liam Williams, through the international match between rugby and South Africa at Principality Park in Cardiff, Wales, Saturday, November 24, 2018. (AP Photo / Rui Vieira)

Siya Kolisi, from South Africa, goes past her & # 39; Wales, Gareth Anscombe and Wales; Wales Liam Williams, through the international match between rugby and South Africa at Principality Park in Cardiff, Wales, Saturday, November 24, 2018. (AP Photo / Rui Vieira)

Australian players will stand on her & her; park to the end of the international rugby union between England and Australia at Twickenham in London, Saturday, November 24, 2018. (AP Photo / Tim Ireland)

Australian players will stand on her & her; park to the end of the international rugby union between England and Australia at Twickenham in London, Saturday, November 24, 2018. (AP Photo / Tim Ireland)

Australian players will stand on her & her; park to the end of the international rugby union between England and Australia at Twickenham in London, Saturday, November 24, 2018. (AP Photo / Tim Ireland)

Huw Jones, who left Scotland, defends his attempt to try Argentina with Matias Orlando during the international rugby union match between Scotland and Argentina at the Murrayfield center in Edinburgh, Scotland, Saturday , November 24, 2018. (Photo Photo / Scott Heppell)

Huw Jones, who left Scotland, defends his attempt to try Argentina with Matias Orlando during the international rugby union match between Scotland and Argentina at the Murrayfield center in Edinburgh, Scotland, Saturday , November 24, 2018. (Photo Photo / Scott Heppell)

Huw Jones, who left Scotland, defends his attempt to try Argentina with Matias Orlando during the international rugby union match between Scotland and Argentina at the Murrayfield center in Edinburgh, Scotland, Saturday , November 24, 2018. (Photo Photo / Scott Heppell)

French Mathieu Bastareaud runs over Fiji Peceli Yato, left, during international rugby between France and Fiji at Stade de France in Paris, Saturday, November 24, 2018. (Photo Photo / Christophe Ena)

French Mathieu Bastareaud runs over Fiji Peceli Yato, left, during international rugby between France and Fiji at Stade de France in Paris, Saturday, November 24, 2018. (Photo Photo / Christophe Ena)

French Mathieu Bastareaud runs over Fiji Peceli Yato, left, during international rugby between France and Fiji at Stade de France in Paris, Saturday, November 24, 2018. (Photo Photo / Christophe Ena)

Jamie Ritchie of Scotland is dealing with Argentina & Bautista Ezcurra, face, across the international match of the rugby union between Scotland and Argentina at the Murrayfield center in Edinburgh, Scotland, Saturday , November 24, 2018. (Photo Photo / Scott Heppell)

Jamie Ritchie of Scotland is dealing with Argentina & Bautista Ezcurra, face, across the international match of the rugby union between Scotland and Argentina at the Murrayfield center in Edinburgh, Scotland, Saturday , November 24, 2018. (Photo Photo / Scott Heppell)

Jamie Ritchie of Scotland is dealing with Argentina & Bautista Ezcurra, face, across the international match of the rugby union between Scotland and Argentina at the Murrayfield center in Edinburgh, Scotland, Saturday , November 24, 2018. (Photo Photo / Scott Heppell)

Tommaso Benvenuti of Italy works at the international match of the rugby union between Italy and New Zealand at the Olympics in Rome, Saturday, November 24, 2018. (Photo AP / Gregorio Borgia)

Tommaso Benvenuti of Italy works at the international match of the rugby union between Italy and New Zealand at the Olympics in Rome, Saturday, November 24, 2018. (Photo AP / Gregorio Borgia)

Tommaso Benvenuti of Italy works at the international match of the rugby union between Italy and New Zealand at the Olympics in Rome, Saturday, November 24, 2018. (Photo AP / Gregorio Borgia)

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