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Bloody Slow number two: The deep questions


Rugby, presented in Socratic method:
1. Will New Zealand seek to command more possession? How?
2. Will an All Black team ever beat fewer defenders than in 2020 Bledisloe 1? How can you be sure?
3. If an All Black team completes less than half the passes, as well as offloads, of the Wallabies, is that by design or perforce?
4. Is Ian Foster the new Laurie Mains?
5. Is Dave Rennie the new Rod Macqueen?
6. Can any team survive consecutive Tests of three lost lineouts, two lost scrums, six misses at goal, 14 per cent missed tackles, 22 turnovers conceded with only six won back, 14 penalties, far too much possession to be comfortable, and reliance on an opponent losing the ball in the…


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