Treviso, very tough away match. Zebra, it’s time to win – OA Sport

Treviso, very tough away match.  Zebra, it's time to win - OA Sport

With the closure of Guinness Six Nations, it’s time to focus on national and international championships. Fourteenth day of the weekendUnited Rugby ChampionshipBenetton Treviso and Zebrey Parma on the field tomorrow and Saturday.

It starts tomorrow at 20.35pm at Musgrave Park in Cork and will be hosted by Munster Benetton Treviso.. The Venetians have been relegated to 11th place since the last knockout stage, but will now focus again on available international matches to try to get a bang against the fourth-ranked Irish.

This is not as easy as the assistant coach knows Paul Gustard. “When you play away from home with Munster, the physical level rises dramatically and we need to be prepared for that. We need to impose a competition that is capable of resisting their power. We had three weeks to prepare for the Monster match, and with two weekends off, the morale was high following Italy’s victory in Wales with many of our players. We are training hard from a physical point of view to prepare for the match against Monster because they are a very physical and tough team to face at home. The words of the technician.

On Saturday afternoon, at 2.00pm, it’s the turn of Zebra Parma to host the Scarlett at Lanfranchi.. The Emilians remain last for their first win of the season, but the Welsh are not so good, they are in twelfth place and they are certainly undefeated from home. Opportunity for Kanna and associates to end a negative streak that has lasted more than 12 months.

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However, Zebrey Parma arrived at the appointment after a double engagement in South Africa, They have recovered from the challenges they have lost in recent months in the interval for the Six Nations. Two heavy defeats to the Stommers (55-7) and Sharks (38-6) affected Bianconnery’s morale, hoping to find a few international players who would shift gears within the friendly walls.

Photo: Alfio Guarise – LPS

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