Rugby - EC - Toulouse without March but with ahki vs Ulster

Rugby – EC – Toulouse without March but with ahki vs Ulster

Victim of muscle fatigue in his calf during the warm-up period leading up to the last game against Castres, Toulouse prostitute Julien Marchand will not be aligned against Alster, this Saturday (4:15pm), in the round of 16 of the Coupe d’Europe first leg. On the other hand, the Ghost Betta ahki would make a good middle-ground pair with Zach Holmes. Stade Toulouse did not want to take the risk. Without his co-captain Julian Marchand, who injured his calf just before the derby against Castres last weekend, he will start his final European Cup against Ulster, on Saturday, in a stadium that should be full. Read also round of 16 tables
In the first leg of the Round of 16, the prostitute of Toulouse will be replaced at kickoff by his France teammate, Beto Mofaka, while young Guillaume Cramon will take his place on the bench. The Red and Black club, on the other hand, recorded a valuable return: that of their New Zealand center back Beta Aki, who has been out for two months due to knee surgery. Ahki will take his usual pole position, with Australian Zach Holmes taking second, thus Sofiane Jetton relegated to the bench. Bale and Gelonch off the bench The Toulouse staff also decided to put together a strong bench against the Irish, with six strikers and two three-quarters, including big names such as Cyril Bale, Charlie Fomoena and Anthony Gelonch. Like last week, in Castries, it is the versatile third rower François Croce who will wear the No. 8 in the absence of Silivacio Tolovois, who is still unavailable. It is clear that Antoine Dupont, the captain, will form the hinge with his partner Romain Netamak. Fifteenth start of Stade Toulousain Ramos – Mallia, Holmes, Ahki, Lebel – Ntamack, Dupont (Cap.) – Flament, Cros, Elstadt – Meafou, Ro. Arnold – Aldegerie, Mufaka, Nettie.
Alternatives: Cramont, Bell; Fomoina, RI. Arnold, Jelonch, Placines, Page-Relo, Guitoune. The Irish formed a fairly classic formation, led by their captain and international second line Ian Henderson. Note the always dangerous Mike Lowry in the back, Stuart McCloskey in the middle and the former third streak of Toulon Duane Vermeulen at No. 8. 15th start Alastair Lowry – Balukon, Hume, McCloskey, Moxham-Burns, Connie – Timoney, Vermeulen, Rhea – Henderson (cover), O’Connor-Moore, Hering, O’Sullivan.
alternatives : Roberts, Warwick, O’Toole, Treadwell, Murphy, Duac, Marshall, Little.

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