David Pocock says that Brumbies have fixed lineout.

May 5, 2016
First Published On: May 5, 2016
by HitBerry

The Brumbies is an Australian professional rugby Football team based in Canberra. The team is competing in Super Rugby and has lost 4 matches among six.

And the flanker and vice-captain Brumbies, David Pocock has declared with confidence that the issues that were put in the last losses have been fixed up ahead of Fridays crucial clash at GIO stadium.

 Brumbies powerful attacking lineout is back in business so The Bulls (African professional rugby football team competing in super rugby) are warned to be aware of it.

The team would be there at GIO stadium without inside-centre Matt Toomua for the clash because he is suffering from a knee injury in last weekend's loss to the Highlanders in Invercargill.

Pocock said-        

"The Bulls are on a bit of streak and playing some really good rugby so we have to be at our best. I thought our effort was great and we held onto the ball for long periods of time, but there are probably one or two things we can improve on and take our game hopefully to the next level.One of the biggest things was the lineout, we got penalised a few times, so we've fixed that this week.”