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Wallabies v Wales: Cheika’s selection headaches in historic Rugby match

The Wallabies will face a Wales side determined to break their-decade long hoodoo in sunday’s rugby union Test in Cardiff.

Australia has played Wales in Cardiff 11 times since 2005, as well as facing the UK side in each of the past three Rugby World Cups, a trend that will continue.
The Aussies have won the past 13 matches between the two countries.

Wallabies coach Michael Cheika has taken a big leap of faith on hooker Tolu Latu, handing the Waratahs rake a start in this weekends (Sunday 4.20am AEDT) Test against Wales.

Latu has been sin-binned in the Wallabies’ last two Tests against Argentina and New Zealand.

Jeremy Paul, former Rugby player and 2005 John Eales Medal recipient joined Mark Levy and Mark Riddell for a chat about the upcoming Wallabies v Wales test and gave his thoughts on Latu and also weighed in on 5 year contracts – Are they too long?

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