ALUN WYN JONES wants speedster Louis Rees-Zamitt to be just starting out in Wales.
Wing Tyro Lee’s The Mitt is lit up Six Nations Try 3 times in 2 games.
Now, at the age of 20, the next challenge is to live the Welsh Grand Slam dream, defeat Eddie Jones and seal the Triple Crown. England In Cardiff on Saturday.
Wales Captain Jones, 35, is the most capped player in World Rugby with 154 players.
Surprisingly, he started all 22 tests against England in his country dating back to 2007.
Jones said: “Louis plays well for Gloucester in the Premiership.
“I heard a lot about him and saw a lot of his highlights. Hopefully this is just the tip of the iceberg.
“I don’t want to put pressure on him. I want him to continue in the same way.
“He worked hard, but I think it’s thanks to the environment and backfield players who helped him.”
The Leeds The Mitt is a particular starter against England after his stunning championship so far.
But Welsh head coach Wayne Pivac is calling for a big choice behind Scrum.
George North recovered from a leg injury and was trained yesterday.
He is ready to win his 100th Welsh cap against England.
Pivac could start from the north center, with experienced Jonathan Davies struggling to get back to the side, despite passing the fit following an ankle problem.
Josh Adams may be on the other side of the Leeds Zamit after being banned from two games for violating Covid-19’s rules.
Liam Williams could move Leigh Halfpenny to fullback following a concussion protocol.
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Shane Williams, a Welsh wing legend, said: “Looking at England’s three-quarters line, Wales is more than comparable to Back Three.
“England does not fire on almost every cylinder.
“Wayne is bold and has to choose his biggest and best attack option.”
Alun Wyn Jones hopes that the rise of Louis Rees-Zammit will be “just the tip of the iceberg” before the Welsh Six Nations clash with England.
Source link Alun Wyn Jones hopes that the rise of Louis Rees-Zammit will be “just the tip of the iceberg” before the Welsh Six Nations clash with England.