Any tactic deployed by Warren Gatland to stop Jonny May will be a waste of time, according to World Cup winner Mike Tindall.
The former centre told The Rugby Paper: “Jonny is on fire at the moment and there’s no reason why that can’t continue in Cardiff.
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“You just know England will try and utilise his speed straight from the kick off, and get off to a big start.
He added: “I expect Warren Gatland will look at ways to stop Wales falling into the same trap as the Irish and French did.
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“But Jonny is an awkward player to stop. It’s not just his speed nut also his quick feet.
“He is a dynamic runner with the ball. He has always been fast but he is religous in terms of how he works on it.: