Warren Gatland and Attack coach Rob Howley keeping the Wales players work in training. Photo: WalesOnline
Gatland says management have made Wales’ players aware they will be looking their GPS numbers and body language in training
Warren Gatland has read the riot act ahead of Wales’ vital World Cup clash with Fiji by revealing he’s prepared to drop anybody shirking in training.
The Wales coach made just three changes to the side that beat England 28-25 at Twickenham last weekend in Pool A to inspire the nation with a real backs to the wall job.
Wales fans celebrate after their win at Twickenham. Photo: WalesOnline
A bitter English supporter has demanded England stop paying for the tournament after losing to Wales
Who knew Wales’ victory over England was linked to the UK’s continued membership of the EU?
In Wales we haven’t stopped celebrating since Saturday’s inspirational victory but over the border some English fans are a little miffed.
Wales flyhalf Dan Biggar (right) celebrates one of his penalty kicks with Lloyd Williams in their 28-25 win over England on Sunday. Photo: WalesOnline
Wales’ defence coach Shaun Edwards believes it is unlikely that key players will be rested when they play Fiji on Wednesday.
The Welsh are coming off a bruising encounter against England where the battle of the boot saw Dan Biggar guide them to victory.
However, Edwards revealed that Wales cannot rest on their laurels and he is expecting coach Warren Gatland to name a strong line-up for their clash against Fiji at the Millennium Stadium on Thursday.