Changes are expected, but standards will not slip, says the Wales Center Jonathan Davies



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JONATHAN Davies insists that Wales will not allow the standards to slip last week when Warren Gatland will ring the changes in a Saturday test against Tonga.

The head coach, with one eye in South Africa, is ready to prepare our team for the third game of the autumn series after winning against Scotland and Australia.

The sport of champions, including Davies, will face the weekly condition, instead of preparing for the Icelanders who are on the 12th in the Rugby World Rankings.

But the Lions Center says that the group will demand the same standards in the construction of the Tonge, as they did for Scotts and Wallabies.

"We are building for us and we will continue to train as we are," Davies said after winning 9-6 against Australia.

"The strength in depth and the standards we have will help us on Saturday and anyone who is selected, as team 36 or many, will be preparing for a difficult test match."

Davies has been with Hadleigh Parkes in the past two weeks, but Saturday might be the opportunity for a promising couple Owen Watkin and Dragons outside the Tyler Morgan Center to enjoy their first autumn campaign.

"I think that the competition for theft is all over the park. It's important to push ourselves and set standards for training," said Scarlet 13.

"Just as good as your last performance and this is setting your standards for the week."

Davies would undoubtedly be greeted by a week when he was preparing to win the 68th jump to the Springboks heavyweight championship in the new final, but the lock Adam Beard kept his jersey.

Winning Ospreys forward was brought to the XV for the clash against Wallabies with the skipper dragons Cory Hill accused of adding Oomph with benches

Brada has won all six of her tests and wants the opportunity to sit against Tongan instead of laying her legs.

"I want to play every game, I'm young at 22 and I want to play next week, but it's much deeper in this team," he said.

"There are 30 players who give hands. If I rest, I know that guys will do a good job, and if I'm chosen, then it's great."

Brado, Hill, Captain Alun Wyn Jones and Jake Ball fought in the fall, Bradley Davies, Luke Charteris, Rory Thornton and Seb Davies will also hope to be at the World Cup next year.

"It's great for the rugby world that we have six or seven of us who are fighting for two jerseys. It's a little delicious at training, which is excellent for competitiveness," Beard said.

"It's great that I'm in the Wales jersey without success, but I have to continue to train well. It's nice to have the feeling that six out of six," he continued.

"We are good and we have won the last seven, so there is much confidence in the camp, but we will hold our feet on the ground.

"We know that we have to work hard and strive for the ultimate goal, which is the world cup."

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