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Gregor Townsend’s Caledonian cyclone can blow through a Rugby World Cup pool of death

Scotland’s dynamic, shapeshifting, miracle ball attack has dazzled rugby fans, and also has the element of systemic progress that can see them tilt the balance against key opponents like Ireland and South Africa in the World Cup.

With their excellent run of prolific play, can they possibly upset the odds and escape a pool of death unscathed, based on their excellent attack?

Much like a tornado, the deceptive patterns and skilful chess moves can unravel any top defence, ripping defensive organisation into the aftermath of a hurricane.

To understand the baseline of the structure one…


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