Wales head coach Warren Gatland believes his men won’t get a better chance to lift a Rugby World Cup title as they get ready to take on South Africa in the semi-final.
Gatland has urged his side to grab their chance with both hands in the upcoming tussle against the Springboks as they look to create history in Japan.
Wales advanced to the last four after a quarter-final victory over France in Oita on Friday but their win came at a big cost. Back-row Josh Navidi has been ruled out for the rest of the tournament after picking up a hamstring injury in the win and Gatland has confirmed that Wales will call up a replacement in time for the clash against South Africa.
“You get these opportunities once in a lifetime potentially. So you’ve got to grab them with both hands and make the most of it. So I think it’s important we prepare well this week and let the occasion take care of itself,” Gatland stated.
Watch what else the veteran coach had to say about his side’s chances in the 2019 Rugby World Cup in the video above.
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