Wales boss puts defence on "red alert"
Rob Howley has warned his players that they cannot lose concentration against Australia on Saturday due to the threat of Kurtley Beale.
The Wales caretaker boss leads his side into the final game of their three-match series knowing they are now only playing for pride after their defeats in both Melbourne and Brisbane. Despite already clinching the series, the Wallabies have maintained that they want to complete a whitewash against the Six Nations champions as they look to build momentum going into the inaugural Rugby Championship later this summer. Saturday's match in Sydney sees the return of exciting full-back Kurtley Beale to Robbie Deans' side after he missed out on the recent games due to a shoulder problem. The Australian back-line has often looked disjointed during this series but Howley has warned his players that they can expect a totally different animal now that Beale is back in the frame. "It is red alert for us with Kurtley Beale back in the side - he gives us another problem to worry about," Howley said. "He is a world-class player who has huge ability to beat a man.