"I wouldn’t be surprised" - Dan Biggar names five 'nailed-on' Lions for 2025 tour - Ruck

“I wouldn’t be surprised” – Dan Biggar names five ‘nailed-on’ Lions for 2025 tour

Lions fly-half Dan Biggar has admitted he won’t make it to 2025 but is shockingly backing Alun Wyn Jones for a fifth tour.

“Looking ahead to 2025, there are one or two things they can learn from this tour,” wrote Biggar.

“It will be completely different with the fans back. From a player’s perspective, I think the stability of staying in one base for a longer period of time really helps.

“You’re not packing your bags every few days and spending your day off travelling. 

“I think they should have a midweek game between the first and second Test because some of the guys haven’t played a game for three weeks and mentally that’s not easy.”


#1. Marcus Smith (England)

Biggar wrote: “As a fellow No 10, I’m looking forward to watching Marcus’s career develop. He’s a great kid.”

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DID YOU KNOW? His Dad, Jeremy Smith lived in Hong Kong from 1992-97, playing for Valley and the national side at fly-half.