Our latest edition of 30 Tickets to Japan is out. Yesterday we looked at prop and hooker, as well as lock and back-row, and earlier today w looked at flyhalf and scrumhalf. Now we fill out the rest of the roster. For those that aren't aware this is an series of pieces that predicts who would be on the Eagles roster at the World Cup if it started today (there are actually 31 spots with an extra spot for a front-row player). Almost certainly things will change between now and 2019 and you can bet that some new players are going to come out of the woodwork and state their case.
Center Pool: Folau Niua, Thretton Palamo, Bryce Campbell, Martin Iosefo, JP Eloff, Marcel Brache, Calvin Whiting, Lemoto Filikitonga, Ahmad Harajly, Chad London, Dylan Audsley, Tanner Barnes, Lorenzo Thomas
The centers are going to be interesting. Outside of a few players not many have put their hand definitely forward to make head coach John Mitchell's job easier. Things have also changed at center from where things were a year ago. Mitchell wants a playmaking 12 and even played AJ MacGinty at the spot against Uruguay earlier in the year. With that in mind that could open things up for a few players while limiting them for others.
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