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Kane Douglas says the Wallabies are benefitting from the tight-knit environment that Michael Cheika has tried to create throughout the squad.
Wallabies Rookie of the Year Sean McMahon will replace Michael Hooper in Australia’s side to take on Wales at Twickenham.
People have been patting them on the back all week but the Wallabies need only look back two months in time for a reminder that there is no security in international rugby.
The final 15 minutes on Saturday will decide Pool A, Wallabies coach Michael Cheika says.
With victory last week, the chances of the NSW Country Eagles repeating their 2014 finals appearance remain alive and well.
The Wallabies have the recent wood over the Welsh but victories haven’t come easy for Australia in that time.
Wallabies back Matt Toomua says the carrot of a possible starting spot is driving him each week.
Michael Hooper won’t enjoy sitting on the sidelines as his team fight for the top Pool A spot but the Wallabies vice-captain is moving on quickly from his one-match suspension