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Wales’ Dan Biggar admits he knows how Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer feels

Wales’ Dan Biggar admits he knows how under pressure Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer feels with the weight of scrutiny on mid-gear ahead of Australia’s clash.

  • Dan Biggar has admitted that there are always people who say he should be replaced
  • The outside half will hope to help their team to a victory against Australia on Saturday.
  • Wales run out of 16 players due to injuries but hope to upset the Wallabies


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It is time to get back on the walls once again for Wales, beaten, bruised but unscathed from a savage disabled list facing Australia on Saturday with much to prove.

For his fly half Dan Biggar, it was always like this. For 13 years he has felt unappealing, underrated and under the support of the Welsh public, but he is still here struggling at No. 10, earning a 95th spot today.

A Manchester United fan, who recently sat close to Sir Alex Ferguson when Liverpool beat his team 5-0, compared his role this week to that of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer at Old Trafford.

Dan Biggar has admitted that he feels like Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer (pictured)

Dan Biggar has admitted that he feels like Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer (pictured)

Half of the Welsh fly referenced vocal criticism from those who have said he should be replaced

Half of the Welsh fly referenced vocal criticism from those who have said he should be replaced

Half of the Welsh fly referenced vocal criticism from those who have said he should be replaced

“I thought Welsh rugby was tough, now we are in a real battle!” he said when asked if he had any advice for the United manager on dealing with anti-aircraft fire.

I don’t think you will accept a lot of advice from me! It’s the same as everyone has an opinion on the Welsh outer half or Welsh rugby.

‘It’s like this right now with them, I don’t know why he bothers to do his job, he has 10 million people who can clearly do better than him! God knows what’s going on there. ‘

Biggar evidently found Fiji’s victory frustrating, unable to fully launch an attacking game plan, and with many cuts and changes this fall with Covid and injuries disrupting plans, he and Wales have not been able to fully thrive.

But the suggestion that Biggar might not have been pleased last Saturday hit a nerve.

“During the last 12 years that I have played, there is always someone who can do a better job,” he added.

‘I’m not really sure what he wants me to say or what he wants to write or how this is going to be interpreted or brought out. Was I too happy with how I played on Sunday? Probably not. Could I have played better? Absolutely.

Wales face Australia on Saturday with 16 injured outs, including captain Alun Wyn Jones (above)

Wales face Australia on Saturday with 16 injured outs, including captain Alun Wyn Jones (above)

Wales face Australia on Saturday with 16 injured outs, including captain Alun Wyn Jones (above)

‘Was I disappointed from a team point of view that we couldn’t be a little more fluid? Yes. But I would review that game exactly the same as a game where you had the man of the match and he was nine out of 10.

‘There is no different. For me it’s just one more week. I have enough experience to know that if you play well you can get some applause, if you don’t play well people will come for you. This is how it is.

“My mood is not affected, I will go in and do the exact same thing regardless of whether I feel like I played well or not.” A lit Biggar is a good sign for Wales.

“Everyone who has followed Dan knows that if he has a game that he’s not happy with, he usually has a very, very good response,” said coach Wayne Pivac.

It must be remembered that Biggar was the key cog in ending the 13-round Australian hoodoo in 2018, leading them to a 9-6 win, then expertly guiding Wales to a 29-23 Cup win. of the World 2019.

On Saturday, if Wales were to finish their fall on top and send the Wallabies on a zero-to-three tour in the north after defeats to Scotland and England, it will be pivotal again.

This time Wales have 16 injured players, although mainstay Tomas Francis and wing Josh Adams passed in form on Friday, but with Biggar at No. 10 they are ready for one last fight this fall.

Team News: Wales v Australia

WELSH: L Williams; Rees-Zammit, Tompkins, Halaholo, Adams; Biggar, T Williams; W Jones, Elias, Francis, Beard, S Davies, Jenkins (c), Basham, Wainwright (# 8).

Work table: Dee, G. Thomas, Lewis, Carter, Tshiunza, G. Davies, Priestland, McNicholl.

AUSTRALIA: Beale; Kellaway, Ikitau, Paisami, Daugunu; O’Connor, White; Zapatilla (c), Latu, Tupou, Arnold, Rodda, Leota, Samu, Valetini (no 8).

Work table: Faingaa, Bell, Alaalatoa, Skelton, Swinton, McDermott, Foketi, Wright.

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