ABs’ Dagg: tonnes of improvement
Thu, 23 Aug 2012 8:34a.m.
Israel Dagg and the All Blacks love playing at Eden Park and they are looking forward to taking on the Wallabies on Saturday night.
With only one change to the starting line up – Tony Woodcock out with injury and replaced by Wyatt Crockett – Dagg says it’s allowed the team to settle and get combinations right for the clash that doubles as a Bledisloe Cup and Rugby Championship test.
But the All Blacks aren’t listening to speculation that they will romp all over the Aussies. Dagg says he and the team are ready to “expect the unexpected” and “not get to comfortable”. But Dagg says there is plenty of improvement left in the All Blacks, and the team has the ability to kick it up a couple of notches from their display in Sydney.
He adds that the Wallabies will likely have a different team for the Eden Park test but the ABs will “have a few new surprises this weekend” too after a week of working hard on key moments of games.
Watch the video for the interview with Dagg and Firstline presenter Sam Ackerman.
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25/08/2012 2:08:07 p.m.
Nina Lee wrote:
Good on ya Izzy ;)
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