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@HumptyI follow Union pretty closely, especially Northampton Saints. I think the squad will be heavily Welsh, partly due to their Six Nations victory and partly due to Gatland being in charge. I'

@smogsterking the Inspirati Here you go.

I'm surprised to see May miss out of the squad I feel even when not on form he is still capable of producing something.  Sexton is another big omission although that one is more understandable gi

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7 minutes ago, smogsterking the Inspirati said:

Only managed to catch the last 15 today so can't really say much about the performance. But great result that is. I was worried the last Lions tour of South Africa was going to happen again.

Not going to lie, first half I was worried. We barely laid a glove on them. First 10/15 of the 2nd half it was very open, but in a way that suited us a bit. Then when Murray and Farrell came on we really started to dominate the game. 

Lawes or Itoje for MoTM for me.

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