Hamish Bond, three-time New Zealand Olympic champion, stopped

Tolosin Stadium shrank in the front line

The two top places are a problem for the defending champions at the end of the season, while on Sunday they will host Toulouse Biarritz on the last day of the regular stage. New Zealand’s ‘Right Handed’ Charlie Fomoena has been suspended for three weeks after receiving a red card against Brave on the final day, but the sentence must be reduced by one week thanks to a HCP (Main Operation Contact) device launched last year in proceedings involving head contact. So he could play in a potential semi-final. Also in the absence of Dorian Aldeguerre, Paulo Tavilli should occupy the right wing of Toulouse’s front line against the soundtrack, with young Paul Males as a substitute.

David Ainu’u, who injured his elbow against Brive, is finally ready for this final day unlike Rodrigue Neti (plantar apocalypse). A decision will be made at the last minute on Maxime Medard, who injured his thigh in the European Cup a month ago. The 35-year-old winger or full-back is still hoping to play for the last time in his career, possibly at the Ernst Wallon Stadium. South African third streak Reinhardt Elstadt will be maintained for the final stage. Variety back Tim Nanay Williams and midfielder Sofiane Gaitoun are back in training but are still a bit short. It will also wait for the return of winger Dimitri Delibes (foot). Third streak Yannick Yoyott (arm) and quarterback Lucas Tauzin (wrist) are still in the dispensary and the season may be over for Argentine midfielder Santiago Chocobares, who has a difficult knee.

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