“What I can tell you about Wales is that they always bring a physical challenge, their set pieces are always well-coached, defence of their set-pieces is always well-coached.
“They are tactically smart, they have a good kicking game and there are certain things you have to focus on. It is always a scrappy affair, it is always an arm wrestle.
“Since 2018, myself and Rassie, we got beaten in 2018 at the end of year tour with a 10 points margin between the two sides, but all the other games have been two or three points difference.
“But they will bring physicality, pride, they will be willing to take it to the gutters if they have to and they can open it up if they want to. .
“They will be well-prepared for us with their clubs not having made the playoffs of the URC.”
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