Do you call it Experimentation or, just simply All Blacks squad rotation?

Started by RugbyNZ_, November 05, 2020, 06:23:30 pm

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Most teams want to do it but, when is the time right?
That is where New Zealand have the opportunity in the 4th test of the Bledisloe Cup series. Still a match in the 2020 Tri Nations yet, the team named by Ian Foster is filled with experimentation.
Though, some will say it is All Blacks squad rotation - important for any team playing three consecutive games [in the confrontational modern game].

What are your thoughts? Should Australia 'make hay while the sun shines?' or is it just a deflection ploy by the blacks, to point the Wallabies in the wrong direction?

Ryan J

Irrespective of today's result, it is squad ration. Sometimes a team ends up on the wrong side of the result when this happens, but keeping your squad fresh and allowing your newbies to build Test experience is invaluable.