Normally, once the Super Rugby season wraps up, we run a poll asking who you think should play for the Wallabies in their first mid-year or Rugby Championship Test.
Given we have no idea whether we’ll see more Super Rugby action this year, we decided we’d do something like that right now… even if we don’t know when the Wallabies will be allowed on the field next either.
We have had a good seven rounds of rugby to judge Australia’s players on. It’s not a full season, but it’ll still do nicely enough.
Plus, we’ve all got a bit of extra spare time right now, so we can probably afford to give new coach Dave Rennie a helping hand.
You know how this works; for each of the 15 positions in the starting line-up, pick the player you think should be in the side from the list below. If your preferred choice isn’t there, you can manually add them in. Once you’ve done them all, hit submit, let us know who you selected in the comments below, and we’ll publish the most popular team next week.
Because it could be a fair while before the Wallabies are in action, we’ve tended to ignore injuries, so the likes of Allan Alaalatoa (broken arm) and Jordan Petaia (dislocated shoulder) are available for selection. Nic White is also in contention, as while he’s not playing Super Rugby in 2020, he is still eligible to wear the gold jersey.
So go on, get selecting, and let us know who you’ve picked in the comments below.