Rugby

Pocock ready for Wales

2012-06-15 09:17
David Pocock (Gallo)

Melbourne - Wallabies captain David Pocock expects to face a very different challenge from Wales in the second Test on Saturday, tipping the Six Nations Champions to make a quick recovery after a series-opening loss.

Australia beat Wales 27-19 last weekend in the first Test at Brisbane, but the Welsh recovered quickly by scoring three tries to nil in a morale-boosting 25-15 win over the Brumbies in a mid-week tour match at Canberra.

Ahead of the captain's run on Friday, Pocock says, "It's been a good week of preparation, but we're expecting an improved Welsh performance."

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