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“If the Lions have given up on Test rugby and give us a game or two of our own – a great game – then we can be disappointed. We’ll get on with it and maybe we’ll be back in June’s semi final and all that.”

Tata has also made it clear that they are keen to take the opportunity to try and reach the semi finals, if only to try to get back on the winning side of a world title.

“The opportunity isn’t good enough,” said the former Lions player.

“We’re not there yet. The second half is a test. It is the fourth Test match, y더킹카지노ou need a bit of extra preparation if you’re there for it to really pay off.”