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Autumn Nations Cup | Every home nations best and worst player

Here at RUCK.co.uk, we’ve decided to give everybody a little review of the 2020 Autumn Nations Cup by deciding who has been their best and worst player so far this season.

Yes, our choices are bound to spark debate in places. That’s half the joy, though… right?

Disclaimers aside, though, you can check out our choices for every home nations down below and decide whether we’ve made the right calls or not:

WALES:

Best player: Justin Tipuric (Wales) – He doesn’t exactly have much competition as Wayne Pivac’s team were pants. However, you can always rely on the Ospreys man to make a significant impact with tackles and turnovers. Wales most important player heading into the Six Nations.

Worst player: Josh Adams – What’s happened? This time last year he was a dead cert for everyone’s Lions team after scoring 7 tries in seven games. He’s now failed to score in his last seven and has looked suspect in defence. His place in the team heading into the Six Nations is certainly under threat.

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