A BIG November Ahead for Andy Farrell and his Irish side

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Ireland and Andy Farrell face a massive November ahead with games against Japan, New Zealand and Argentina. Ireland finished a respectful third place this year in the Six Nations Championship. Ireland had wins against Scotland, England and Italy and with a little bit more luck Andy Farrell’s men could have easily beaten France and the Grand Slam Champions Wales.

Andy Farrell has huge boots to fill, after Joe Schmidt left the job after what was a very disappointing World Cup in Japan. The Kiwi did have an extremely successful stint as the Irish manager though, but now the Englishman Farrell has the huge objective of getting Ireland past the Quarter-final stage of the World Cup for the first time in Ireland’s history.

This Saturday Ireland have a rematch of their World Cup pool game against Japan. Ireland will be looking to dish out some payback and record a win at home with a full attendance at the Aviva Stadium for the first time in nearly two years.  Then Ireland will take on the All Blacks an All Black team that has only lost one game this year against the Lions tamers South Africa and the New Zealanders has scored 50+ points in their last two games against the USA eagles and the Welsh.

Ireland will finish off their November matches against the Pumas who have had a long hard season with taking some heavy beatings in the Rugby Championship against the Wallabies, South Africa and New Zealand. Can Ireland get three wins out of three and test out some future and exciting young Irish players for France 2022. You can get the best odds for the matches with Mansionbet free bets.

The aim for Andy Farrell has to be building a good competitive squad with two players for every position. Especially Johnny Sexton, we all know how good the Dubliner is, but there needs to be a back up that can come in an do a near to good job as the St. Mary’s man.

If Andy Farrell can do this, he will go into his second Six Nations Championship as head coach with a spring in his step and go away to Twickenham and Stade de France with massive confidence and who knows maybe Ireland can sneak a Championship.

Because that’s what every Irish coach is judged on the Six Nations, but surely the time is now to deliver in France 2022 and finally get Irish rugby to a semi-final of a World Cup. It’s a big two years for the former English and Saracens player.

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