New scrum coach Neal Hatley expressed his confidence in the Wallabies pack and provided updates on injured props Taniela Tupou, Allan Alaalatoa, and Angus Bell ahead of the Rugby Championship Test against South Africa. Hatley, who previously worked with Wallabies coach Eddie Jones, spoke to Australian reporters after a training session on Coogee Beach in Sydney. He praised Tupou for his hard work and progress in recovering from an Achilles injury, stating that he could potentially play in the upcoming match against South Africa. Hatley also expressed optimism about Alaalatoa and Bell overcoming their injuries and contributing to the team. He emphasized the importance of a strong scrum and highlighted the challenge of facing South Africa, known for their formidable prop players. Hatley’s goal is for the Wallabies to be aggressive and attack in every set piece to ensure success in the competition.
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