What a brave expert I am. In space, time, injury, illness and natural disasters, I select potential teams for the French RWC 2023 team two years in advance. A quick look at the past rookie teams of this nature will reveal that there is a close connection between the fate of the team and the stars they choose. Rugby Fans can buy Rugby World Cup 2023 Tickets from our website.

Tadgh Furlong is the best blacksmith in the world, but Ireland is being bombed
Tadgh Furlong is the best blacksmith in the world, but Ireland is being bombed 

If your team is eliminated during the billiard phase, only the second-level fame will be recognized. If the heavyweights don’t make the semi-finals, their players are usually not selected for XV. Right and wrong, this is the convention I will try to follow.

Therefore, before choosing a full tour for the RWC 2023 team, observers need to understand the car crash on the draw side: host country France, year-round favourite New Zealand, embarrassing Ireland and defending champion South Africa seem destined to do just that was a clash in the quarterfinals.

In its most recent form, the All Blacks will not be overconfident in any of the three trios. South Africa is more willing to play against the home side. Ireland will have to overcome a permanent obstacle: to win the quarter-finals forever. I don’t think the Irish team’s depth is enough to get 5 or 6 wins; history tells me that France will cheer and then falter, perhaps because of a lack of rationality.

Therefore, it is expected that there will be more Springboks and All Blacks in this team than France or Ireland.

On the other side of the draw, I only saw Australia and England get deep into the semi-finals. I also predict that Fiji will unexpectedly lead Wales and Argentina to Japan. My choices will reflect these views.

This is what I foresee.

1. Steven Kitshoff (South Africa)

The sequel to Beast’s Ginger, Springboks, Lazy Man, will be at its best in the RWC 2023 team. He is rarely beaten in the scrum, but it offers much more than that.

Boks can destroy the French dream, and if it does, it will be a battle royal. Angus Bell may fall behind as the wallabies challenge the final. The Irish Rangers will also do well in the five games they have competed in.

2. Malcolm Marx (South Africa)

Marx and Julien Marchand of the French team will play here, whoever wins the quarterfinals, who is the prostitute of the tournament.

I gave it to Bok and my nose was broken.

3. Taniela Tupou (Australia)

Tadgh Furlong is the best blacksmith in the world, but Ireland is being bombed again. The English team goes into depth, supported by their energetic brainstorm Kyle Schickler.

But Tongan Thor is a natural player of big names. I like Dave Rennie’s ability to grow the team, not Eddie Jones’ ability to keep ahead of the England team. Tupou ran into the barn.

4. Eben Etzebeth (South Africa)

The rock-solid Etzebeth added kickers, organizers and disconnections to his repertoire for 2021. He played often for his clubs in France when he was 6 years old.

In order for the Boks team to win another final, they need excellent engine room performance. All Black Brodie Retallick and Maro Itoje from England will compete for this position, but I will now support Etzebeth.

5. Cameron Woki (France)

More skilled than Sam Whitelock Faster than Itoje, ready to be on the big stage and more powerful than Retallick.

6. Pieter-Steph du Toit (South Africa)

The Springboks wing meets with teammates Charles Ollivon, Pablo Matera of Pumas and All Black Dalton Papalii.

But as long as he stays healthy, Du Toit is still the best number 6 player, and when he fires, Boks will go far.

7. Tom Curry (England)

South Africa captain Siya Kolisi will be good, Hamish Watson will suffer Scotland’s loss to Ireland, and Curry isn’t everyone’s cup of tea, but not good.

Great smoky is Wales, they have inexhaustible loose forwards. But I have let them down because their cup matches RWC 2023 team are terrible. So it comes down to Wallabies captain Michael Hooper and his possible semifinal opponent Curry.

I would choose Curry because he can still do better in decision making.

8. Gregory Alldritt (France)

The French back rowers are the best talents and absolute workers.

Among his competitors, Springbok Duane Vermeulen only leaks oil, and New Zealander Ardie Savea is not a suitable number 8 player in the heavy oil field.

9. Aaron Smith (New Zealand)

When things go well, the stars of the host country are praised; but when things don’t go well, they always get the blame. So if the French team stumbles for the semi-finals, perhaps the Springboks, Antoine Dupont could be unfairly demoted.

Then it comes down to two: Although FAF de Klerk’s star will rise, Aaron Smith’s best pass puts him on the number nine shirt, even if New Zealand stumbles again.

10. Quade Cooper (Australia)

England’s Marcus Smith and France’s Roman Ntamack are talented players at the moment, but two years is enough to find out. They will.

In the meantime, Cooper, Boks’ Handre Pollard and All Blacks legend Beauden Barrett will still be alive and playing no puns. The Australian accepted and became a player in the game in most of the Wallabies’ wins. Rugby Fans can buy Rugby World Cup Tickets from our website.

Australian accepted and became a player in the game in most of the Wallabies' wins
Australian accepted and became a player in the game in most of the Wallabies’ wins

11. Semi Radradra (Fiji)

The Fiji superstar made a lot of money in 2019 from his exploits; with the rise of Fiji, he is looking forward to his last tour in France.

Australian Marika Koroibete is arguably the best here; Springbok Makazole Mapimpi is also very close.

12. Samu Kerevi (Australia)

The rugged Damian De Allende appeared in most teams in the 2019 competition, but given the physical demands of this role, if he is to become the top 12 teams four years later, it will be an arduous effort.

Based on his extraordinary performance for the Wallabies after his return in mid-2021, Kerevi is the one.

13. Lukhanyo Am (South Africa)

In the early days of Lukhanyo Am was me, and now it appears on most lists as one of the best centres in the world.

If Boks goes far, it must be Am year.

14. Will Jordan (New Zealand)

The young Gunners of the All Blacks seem to be able to score at will.

He won the No.14 shirt before Frenchman Damian Penaud.

15. Freddie Steward (England)

Melvyn Jaminet is a revelation, but the early withdrawal of the French will certainly be due to the organisers. Therefore, the English 15 Freddie Steward quickly stood up and won a nod.

Rugby World Cup 2023 Team of the Tournament

Steven Kitshoff (South Africa), Tom Curry (England), Pieter-Steph du Toit (South Africa), Gregory Alldritt (France), Aaron Smith (New Zealand), Quade Cooper (Australia), Semi Radradra (Fiji), Malcolm Marx (South Africa), Taniela Tupou (Australia), Eben Etzebeth (South Africa), Cameron Woki (France), Samu Kerevi (Australia), Lukhanyo Am (South Africa), Will Jordan (New Zealand), Freddie Steward (England).

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