Wallabies Flanker David Pocock Free To Play In Quarter Finals
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Wallabies loose forward David Pocock is free to play in the Rugby World Cup quarter finals this weekend.
He’s escaped a citing on a knee to Wales hooker Scott Baldwin.
Pocock might have got off scot-free but his side’s opponents this week haven’t been so lucky.
Scottish pair Ross Ford and Jonny Gray have both been cited for a second half dangerous lifting tackle on Samoa’s Jack Lam.
If both are ruled out of the quarter final it would be a hammer blow for the Scots, with a combined total of 111 caps between them.