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18 Jul 2019 4:33
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  •   Home > News > Sports > Rugby

    Chiefs select best line-up for Saturday morning's quarter final against Jaguares

    The Chiefs have selected their best prepared line-up for Saturday morning's Super Rugby quarter final against the Jaguares in Argentina


    Injured midfielder Alex Nankivell's been bracketed with Ataata Moeakiola on the bench with Tumua Manu to start.

    Chiefs assistant coach Tabai Matson says taking into account the travel factor and nature of Nankivell's injury he was always a 50-50 chance.

    Matson says starting Manu because he's playing well and is best prepared makes sense and if Nankivell is available he'll come off the bench.

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