Wales Out for Aussie Scalps

Wales have endured a poor record in Australia, over the past 25 years, but this current crop of players could have what it takes to win their upcoming summer series Down Under. Rugby lovers choosing to have a bet at Bet Victor are already reaping the spoils of Wales’ newfound dominance on the pitch.

The Welsh, under the likes of head coach, Warren Gatland, and assistant coaches, Shaun Edwards, Rob Howley, and Neil Jenkins have come on leaps and bounds, having enjoyed a fine World Cup, last year.

Wales managed to finish in fourth place in the major competition in New Zealand, and were unlucky not to have reached the final, after a controversial encounter with France in Wellington.

Gatland’s men continued to progress, and claimed their first Grand Slam title in eight years, thanks to some inspiring displays, earlier this season.

Now, Wales have a real opportunity to put their stamp on world rugby, as they get set to face the Tri-Nations champions, Australia, in their own back yard.

Scotland’s win over the Wallabies, this week, in Newcastle, New South Wales, will have certainly shown chinks in the Australian’s armour that could be exploited over the three Test series.

Edwards has been an instrumental figure, since joining up with the Welsh national side under Gatland, who will miss the summer tour as he recovers from a nasty fall,  and believes his players can get some good results in the southern hemisphere.

He said: “The history books are against us… but the thing about these guys is they are very young… and they want to make their own history.

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