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Cockerill benefitting from having few players in the national team
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Of the four games we should win 2 easily,and beat Munster over there, as they seem in decline. 

Edinburgh away is the tricky one 


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Has it been confirmed that none of the Irish internationals will be available for Munster next week?

Big opportunity for us either way, but particularly if the above won't be featuring.
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We need to win at least two of the last 4 games probably 3 to be sure. I see Edinburgh winning all their games so our match in Edinburgh will be very important. We have a decent chance to go and get a result in Munster next week and we should go all out to achieve it. Steff, Aled, Rhys, Cubby, Samson & Aaron should all start with Cawdor, Hadleigh, Rob, Barclay & Ken rested. Scott on the bench perhaps. 
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Originally posted by GPR - Rochester GPR - Rochester wrote:

We need to win at least two of the last 4 games probably 3 to be sure. I see Edinburgh winning all their games so our match in Edinburgh will be very important. We have a decent chance to go and get a result in Munster next week and we should go all out to achieve it. Steff, Aled, Rhys, Cubby, Samson & Aaron should all start with Cawdor, Hadleigh, Rob, Barclay & Ken rested. Scott on the bench perhaps. 

I agree with this. We have to go with a fully loaded 23. 
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Edinburgh have a tough run in too. I dont see them winning all their games. I feel the gap that is current will be a similar gap at the end of the season.


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Originally posted by Speedy Speedy wrote:

Edinburgh have a tough run in too. I dont see them winning all their games. I feel the gap that is current will be a similar gap at the end of the season.



I sincerely hope not, one of them is against us !
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