Brian Moore’s Full Contact Rugby: Lions need to mix it up to win the series | Podcast

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After two intense and physical test matches, it’s all to play for between the British and Irish Lions and South Africa heading into the third and final clash this Saturday.

Joining Brian in studio to dissect Saturday’s test and to preview the decider is the former Springbok captain Bob Skinstad.

Both Brian and Bob believe the momentum is now in the favour of the hosts after they completely dominated the Lions in the second half, and Brian calls on Warren Gatland to make some tactical changes because no side in the world can go toe to toe physically with the South Africans.

The match officials once again had a busy afternoon. Two yellow cards were issued but we could have easily seen red, and Lions prop Kyle Sinckler has also been cited for an alleged bite. We discuss what impact Rassie Erasmus incredible mid week press conference had on the referee and if he should be sanctioned for his behaviour.

Plus we discuss the comments of All Blacks head coach Ian Foster who says Saturdays test made him fall asleep and a potential return for the influential Duane Vermeulen.

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