Ireland head coach Andy Farrell has made drastic changes to his starting line-up for the Rugby World Cup final warm-up match against Samoa. Ian Henderson will captain the world’s number one team for his 74th time with Ireland.

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Farrell has made 12 changes to his starting line-up from a team that beat England 29-10 last week in Dublin when they faced the Islanders in their first match in France. Mac Hansen is the only back-rower to remain in the starting team since the victory over England, with right winger joining defender Jimmy O’Brien and Ireland’s newest centurion Keith Earles in the back three.

Changes and Lineup Adjustments for Ireland’s Next Match

Stuart McCloskey and Robbie Henshaw start at center, replacing Bundy Aki and Garry Ringrose, who’s named on the bench. Munster’s Conor Murray and Jack Crowley are both starting midfielders, with Munster colleague Craig Casey and last week’s starting midfielder Ross Byrne named as replacements.

Josh van der Flier is one of three forwards starting again this weekend, but he is part of a new free trio along with blind flanker Ryan Baird and number eight Calan Doris. Peter O’Mahony sits on the bench as a back row cover.

Tudg Beirn is the third and final player remaining in the XV’s starting lineup and plays alongside captain Henderson. Last week’s captain James Ryan will provide cover for the pair. Veteran protagonist Sian Healy is on the front row as a weak player, Finlay Bilham as a tight-head, and Tom Stewart earns his first test start as a prostitute.

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On the bench are Rob Herring, Jeremy Loughman and Tom O’Toole. A clash with the Pacific Islanders gives 23 players one last shot at a World Championship bid to named early next week.

Ireland’s Rugby World Cup  Warm-up team

Ireland: 15 Jimmy O’Brien, 14 Mac Hansen, 13 Robbie Henshaw, 12 Stuart McCloskey, 11 Keith Earls, 10 Jack Crawley, 9 Conor Murray, 8 Calan Doris, 7 Josh van der Flier, 6 Ryan Baird, 5 Tudg Beirn, 4 Ian Henderson (c), 3 Finley Bilham, 2 Tom Stewart, 1 Sian Healy

Subs: 16 Rob Herring, 17 Jeremy Loughman, 18 Tom O’Toole, 19 James Ryan, 20 Peter O’Mahony, 21 Craig Casey, 22 Ross Byrne, 23 Harry Ringrose

Dan Sheehan poised to make Ireland’s Rugby World Cup squad after positive injury diagnosis

Andy Farrell will be pleased as Sheehan’s leg problem not as serious as feared. Dan Sheehan will travel to the Rugby World Cup after receiving positive news about a foot injury he suffered while warming up against England last Saturday.

Andy Farrell’s team is relieved that the Leinster star hasn’t suffered a serious foot injury and is set to return to action in a few weeks, not months. Sheehan, 24, is Ireland’s top prostitute and was forced off the pitch before half time at Aviva Stadium last weekend, with Farrell later revealing he had lost strength in his leg.

Along with Jack Conan, who faced a similar problem against Italy two weeks earlier, and Dave Kilcoin, he did not travel to the southwest of France on Sunday before the final warm-up match against Samoa in Bayonne as the trio were left behind in rehab.

The Leinster star visited the specialist on Tuesday and there were fears he could be out for six to eight weeks, which would rule him out of the Rugby World Cup 2023 group stage in France and leave Farrell with the difficult choice of whether to take him to the final. Speaking on Tuesday, Republic of Ireland assistant manager Mike Catt said Sheehan would likely go on a business trip because of what he will bring to the team when he is available.

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But those fears have now been put to rest, and while Sheehan is likely to still miss Ireland’s first leg against Romania in Bordeaux on September 9, he is poised to play a central role in the group stage once he’s fully recovered. Ireland’s squad for Saturday’s game against Samoa will be announced at 14:00 today, while Farrell will announce his 33-man Rugby World Cup squad on Monday.

No sleep lost for Andy Farrell over Ireland’s final Rugby World Cup selections

We made it clear from the start what we wanted, Farrell said, speaking ahead of the final warm-up against Samoa and as the team submission deadline approached. Andy Farrell isn’t losing sleep over Rugby World Cup team selection as the deadline draws near.

The Ireland head coach will name the 33-man squad for the final at the Aviva Stadium on Monday afternoon.

But while controversy rages over the last three or four names to be determined, and over whether the Irish authorities will choose 19 strikers and 14 defenders or 18 attackers and 15 defenders, Farrell is taking it easy.

And, he assures, he does not toss and turn at night over final decisions. Not really, no, Farrell smiled. This is very clear to us, but nevertheless, there are still a few days to make changes. We adapt to it, but from the very beginning it was pretty clear to us what we want, because with different employees and different teams everything is different, you have to do what suits your group.

Farrell made 13 subs in the Samoa game, but while first-time starter Tom Stewart has one last chance to impress.

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Kelleher’s Injury Impact

As expected, Ronan Kelleher is also off the lineup due to a recent injury, but Farrell noted he will be on the final lineup. Well, we haven’t chosen a line-up yet, so we’re still in the line-up, Farrell said.

“We have a few good days in that regard, but as far as Ronan is concerned, he is doing great, flying all over the world this week. If it was, say, a semi-final or a Rugby World Cup final, out of necessity I’m sure we would have shipped it this week, but it’s not necessary. So he’s in a good mood.”

Asked if he had a message for people like Stewart and McCloskey about what they need to do to impress, Farrell replied, There is no message. There have many reports over the past 10 weeks that we poised to be the best team we can be and how you adjust and adapt to that depends on the pressure of playing rugby at the highest level.

“So they know that and will move forward with that in mind.”

As for young prostitute Stewart, whose form for Ulster last season brought him his first cap for Ireland off the bench against Italy in the first warm-up, Farrell was full of praise. I like everything, well, of course I like most of the things I’ve seen, he said. I see a determined young person who is willing to first of all try to understand what it takes to succeed in an international environment, and it is difficult for a young person to come into this position, especially in such a position.

Leadership and Confidence: A Driven Performer

But he certainly did it, he is a driven guy who does his job calmly, but he certainly inspires a lot of confidence in the coaching staff and the rest of his teammates with his game. Hope it carries over. I guess the main thing is to just be yourself on the weekends because he’s a good player.

Farrell will look to leaders such as Ian Henderson, who is captaining the team for the third time, and Tudg Beirn to help young players navigate Samoa’s difficult and difficult challenges. According to him, Tadg had an excellent pre-season preparation. Rugby fans can book Uruguay Vs Namibia Tickets on our website at exclusively discounted prices.

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“This summer he has grown a lot as a leader within the group, and this week he is on the team because there is always a combination of experience and helping people who are given a chance. He is one of those leaders who is in that category.”

Not really, no, Farrell smiled. This is very clear to us, but nevertheless, there are still a few days to make changes. We adapt to it, but from the very beginning it was pretty clear to us what we want, because with different employees and different teams everything is different, you have to do what suits your group.

Final Opportunity to Impress

Farrell made 13 subs in the Samoa game, but while first-time starter Tom Stewart has one last chance to impress. Stuart McCloskey and Keith Earles, who is expected to reach the final after a heroic run last week, Is trio Cyana Prendergast, Jacob Stockdale and Ciarán Frawley not on Saturday’s squad.

As expected, Ronan Kelleher is also off the lineup due to a recent injury, but Farrell noted he will be on the final lineup. Well, we haven’t chosen a line-up yet, so we’re still in the line-up, Farrell said. There are still a few good days ahead in this regard, but as far as Ronan is concerned, he is doing great, flying all over the place this week.

If it was, say, a semi-final or a Rugby World Cup final, I’m sure we would have pulled him over the line this week, but there’s no need for that. So he’s in a good mood. Asked if he had a message for people like Stewart and McCloskey about what they need to do to impress, Farrell replied, There is no message.

There have been reports over the past 10 weeks that we are poised to be the best team we can be and how you adjust and adapt to that depends on the pressure of playing rugby at the highest level. So, they know this and will move forward with this in mind.

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As for young prostitute Stewart, whose form for Ulster last season brought him his first cap for Ireland off the bench against Italy in the first warm-up, Farrell was full of praise. I like everything, well, of course I like most of the things I’ve seen, he said.

Emerging Young Talent: A Source of Inspiration

I see a determined young person who is willing to first of all try to understand what it takes to succeed in an international environment, and it is difficult for a young person to come into this position, especially in such a position. But he certainly did it, he is a driven guy who does his job calmly, but he certainly inspires a lot of confidence in the coaching staff and the rest of his teammates with his game.

Hope it carries over. I guess the main thing is to just be yourself on the weekends because he’s a good player. Farrell will look to leaders such as Ian Henderson, who is captaining the team for the third time, and Tudg Beirn to help young players navigate Samoa’s difficult and difficult challenges.

According to him, Tadg had an excellent pre-season preparation. This summer he has grown a lot as a leader within the group and this week he is in the lineup because there is always a combination of experience and helping people who are given a chance.

He is one of those leaders who are in this category. So to leave him after the game against Italy in the game against England and get so many minutes from him was fantastic for all of us. With Farrell describing the first warm-up win over Italy as awkward and the victory over England as awkward, he would like to see more cohesion in this final match ahead of the Rugby World Cup opener against Romania on 9 September.

Tonga midfielder to miss three Rugby World Cup games

Tongan center George Moala’s appeal of a five-match suspension has been denied by World Rugby, meaning he will miss the team’s first three matches at the Rugby World Cup in France. On Friday, World Rugby announced (NZT) that it had dismissed a player’s appeal of a suspension imposed by the refereeing committee after he received a red card for a tackle against Canada on August 10.

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Moala’s appeal was based on the starting point of the infringement, but World Rugby’s independent appeal committee chaired by Christopher Quinlan C.S., which included Brenda Heather-Latu (Samoa) and referee Mike Mika (New Zealand), upheld the original ban.

Appeal Committee’s Decision: Upholding the Initial Verdict

After reviewing the evidence presented, the appeal committee found that the judicial committee that heard the case at first instance entitle to conclude that the tackle required the use of a medium distance and accordingly upheld the decision of the disciplinary committee, World Rugby said in a statement. his release.

Since Moala, a former Blues and All Blacks defenseman, has selected for the Tonga Rugby World Cup squad. The suspension remains the same as for the following matches: Tonga v Canada, August 15; Clermont-Auvergne – Perpignan, August 26; Ireland vs Tonga (RWC) 16 September; Scotland vs Tonga (RWC), 24 September; South Africa – Tonga (RWC) October 1st.

The rugby judiciary has come under the spotlight amid allegations of inconsistent treatment after England’s Owen Farrell, a serial offender. Initially escaped suspension for a high kick against Wales, for which he received a red card. Later, on appeal by World Rugby, it is upgrade to a four-match ban that includes two games of the World Pool Championship.

England’s start to the world tournament was in disarray, with No. 8 Billy Wunipol also receiving a three-match ban, including Rugby World Cup opener, and striker Anthony Watson ruled out with a calf injury.

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He said that his choice is a dream that come true. It was Sunday morning, I was just getting ready for the game, and they called me and said that I was in the squad, he said. I froze for a bit, and then sat down and felt proud to represent my country and family.

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