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Rugby World Cup: More to come from Australia backs – Nic White

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Australia scrum-half Nic White says there iscertainly more to come in the backs into their World Cup quarter-final from England.
The British forward have been winning the plaudits thus far, but White claims that the backline is aforce to be reckoned with.
The Wallabies ended second in Pool D following defeat by wins over Uruguay Fiji and Georgia.
As a team along with a backline, we are convinced we are doing well, he explained.
A side renowned for a bunch dominated the collisions, both the breakdown and set-piece, just for the backs.
Part of the reason could be that head coach Michael Cheika has chosen three distinct halfback combinations from the four Pool D games, with fly-half Christian Lealiifano saying he doesnt know if the rotation is apower.
We are trying to focus on getting our finest combinations that we feel will put our very best game out there, Lealiifano explained.
There is a few diverse combinations on the market.
However, Cheikas preferred partnership in midfield was Samu Kerevi inside James OConnor, along with the former has overcome more defenders (20) than any other centre in the tournament so far.
Kerevis effectiveness is going to be a true threat to the Wallabies and the 26-year-old has taken on more defenders than Englands leading two exponents from the centers combined (Manu Tuilagi 9, Jonathan Joseph 8).
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