South African Former Rugby player Bryan Habana has been predict about upcoming Ninth Rugby world cup 2019 Japan and as per their prediction All Blacks – New Zealand rugby team favorites to win the World cup events which will be played in this year. They thing that Depsite the loss of New Zealand against South africa and Ireland in 2018 still they have more chances to win 2019 Rugby world cup at Japan.
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Bryan said in an interview.“The All Blacks becoming the first team ever to win three World Cups in a row is very likely. Ireland will go into this World Cup pretty confident. But, like all previous World Cups, I’m almost certain New Zealand will go into this World Cup as favourites,”
In the interview Habana said that Team will be face some unexpected loses but they have stronger chances for the forthcoming RWC 2019.
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“I think they go into this World Cup knowing where they’ve let themselves down in 2018, knowing there is going to be quite a lot of work-ons, but knowing if they click they’re going to be a difficult side to beat in Japan.”
Habana also mentioned that for the New Zealand Richie McCaw and Dan Carter are the crucial players for the All black in Roster of rugby 2019 world cup side.
“Richie was mostly number one on the list, then you start getting into Dan Carter, who everything revolved around. If you could nullify Dan controlling the game, put him under pressure and make him make mistakes, it made everything a little easier,” Habana said.
New Zealand team so far won three trophy of the Rugby world cup and also two time defending champions for current edition. As per RWC Fixtures 2019 Tournament will be kick off from the 20th September.