An important return match between the two North American national teams, although no firm verdict has been announced
The United States faces Canada again, qualifying for the 2023 Rugby World Cup.
Following a surprise victory on September 4, the Kingsley Jones-led Canadian national team will return to the field in Glendale, Colorado on Saturday to challenge their long-time rivals in the second leg of the North American branch of the World Qualifiers.
The Stars and Stripes must win by 14 points to clinch the title of North America 1. Tough but impossible challenge: On the other hand, last Saturday was the first defeat against Canada in 8 years.
Eagles Captain A.J. You can count on McKinty’s class, the talented start of the sale sharks, and the high fitness of a pack led by Lyon’s Joe Dawfette and Toulouse Props David Ainu.
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Canada has two more militant players in Europe: Castress Prop Matt Tyrney and opener Peter Nelson, who plays Orillac in Prodi2. Everything else is from Major League Rugby, especially from the only Canadian ownership of the Toronto Arrows, and two profiles have been added from the Rugby Seven-A-Side national team.
The competition is basic but not decisive: the qualifying process for RWC 2023 predicts that the winning team will face Uruguay to win the US 1 title in the play-offs and thus approach the French World Championship in Group A of Italy. ., France and New Zealand.
Uruguay will be a bit favorable on both occasions, but the South Americans will definitely want to face a low-scoring Canada, who lost in the final qualifying play-offs for the 2019 World Cup.
The loser of the North American clash will face the winner of the playoffs with the winner of the second race, which is clearly visible to both the United States and Canada at the end of a replay playoff against Chile. The United States won 2 titles with Uruguay and finished in Group D with England, Argentina, Japan and Samoa.
In short, no matter what happens tomorrow, it is not entirely ruled out that we will see another double clash between the United States and Canada at the fair end to determine which of the two will advance to the Rugby World Cup.
Meanwhile, the dock will land at 10:00 a.m. tomorrow to define the first section of the Italian-Canada-US route.
United States: 15 Marcel Brach, 14 Christian Dyer, 13 David Lobetti, 12 Price Campbell, 11 Ryan Mathias, 10 A.J. McGinty, 9 Ruben de Haas, 8 Cam Dolan, 7 Hanko Germishois, 6 Jamason Fonana-Schultz, 4 Nate Brackley, 3 Joe Duffy, 2 Cabelli Pifeletti, 1 David Ainu
Available: 16 Dylan Fawcett, 17 Sans Wenglewski, 18 Paul Mullen, 19 Xiaozy Mahoney, 20 Andrew Curra, 21 Nate Oxburger, 22 Maggie, 23 Mike Doubles
Canada: 15 Cooper Coates, 14 Brock Webster, 13 Ben Lesage, 12 Spencer Jones, 11 Canova Lloyd, 10 Peter Nelson, 9 Ross Broad, 8 Chiaki Vigilani, 7 Matt Heaton, 6 Lucas Rumble, 3 Connors, 3 Connors Matt Tyrney, 2 Andrew Quadrin, 1 Digestion Cheers-Rust
Available: 16 Eric Howard, 17 Cole Keith, 18 Tyler Roland, 19 Kyle Bailey, 20 Michael Smith, 21 Rob Bowie, 22 Jason Higgins, 23 Patrick Barfrey
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