Australia's head coach has accidentally revealed his game plan ahead of Saturday's Rugby World Cup final against New Zealand, by brazenly holding pieces of paper containing details of his strategy.
The information was exposed when head coach Michael Cheika and his assistant Mario Ledesma, held up game notes that were intended to remain secret.
The notes show the Wallabies plan to "expose" wings Nehe Milner-Skudder and Julian Savea under the high ball or in the backfield and "rattle" number eight Kieran Read at restarts.
Also visible in the game plan is that pivotal number eight, David Pocock, is being advised to hold off when Australia are taking a kick-off by not targeting All Blacks fly-half Dan Carter - "no Carter rage" reads the notes.
It is not only their teams tactics that Australia's coaches have analysed. The notes also include observations about their opposition such as Carter runs "right to left" and "Nonu steps back on the inside" when defensive line speed is rapid.
The final is scheduled to kick-off at 4.00pm on Saturday at Twickenham.
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