Brumbies to blood six players for wales’ first win in over two weeks
Tigers have been granted a bye to tour Asia and Fiji and could make the Test tour of Pakistan from October.
Wests Tigers players Matt Moylan, Scott Gumbleton, Anthony Milford and Dane Haylett-Petty have been fined a further $10,000 for punching one player in the face earlier this month.
This was a blow for the Lions, who were due to travel to Fiji on December 10.
“We’re a very fortunate side to be a part of the tour of Asia and Fiji,” said interim coach Paul McGregor.
“We’ll be playing at full strength all week with the majority of our back row players.”
Gatland’s squad have won the club’s first five matches at the MCG, including this Sat바카라사이트urday’s v France, while the club have also beat Japan in their last six games in the competition.
The Tigers were beaten by the Roosters, 32-21, during the second week of the season on January 9.
McGregor said the following players will miss some time due to the match ban:
Ollie Wines: (knee)
Ryan Hoffman: (knee)
Tim Murtagh: (knee)
Piers Manningham: (ribs)
Nakia Cockatoo: (kjarvees.comnee)
Lachlan Sironen: (finger)
Nene Macdonald: (calf)
Jamjarvees.comes Roberts: (knee)
Nathan Brown: (calf)
Rory Smith: (foot)
Ben Thomas: (groin)
Dane Haylett-Petty: (knee)
Brydon Coverdale: (illness)