POLL | What team is most likely to win the Rugby World Cup?

The Springbok rugby team has adopted innovative and unconventional strategies during the Rugby World Cup. According to News24, coaches Rassie Erasmus and Jacques Nienaber introduced a 7-1 bench split with seven forwards, experimented with four scrum-halves in a match-day 23, and used flankers as makeshift hookers. They also implemented a hybrid game approach and introduced an innovative scrum call. Rassie Erasmus added intrigue through strategic social media activity. As they prepare for the final against the All Blacks, questions linger about further surprises from the coaching staff after a year of experimentation.

Source: News24

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