Wales assistant trainer Robin McBryde states their players are fully aware of the possible effects of any disciplinary lapses during the World Cup.
After having a three-match ban australia wing Reece Hodge will miss Sunday’s Pool D showdown from Wales.
When they were cited during the victory over Russia samoa gamers Rey Lee-Lo and Motu Matu’u are awaiting disciplinary hearings.
But McBryde is hopeful Wales will escape censure, although he admitted that cans affect.
“Players are more than aware of the sanctions, and hopefully we won’t see too many of them during the World Cup,” explained McBryde.
“It’s a rough one. Anyone who has played soccer understands that things happen within an split-second.
“The competitive character and crash dominance that’s spoken about in attack and defence means you have to be bang on the money.
“It’s easier said than done when the fatigue has set in. When mistakes are made, if the terms are humid and gamers are tired, that is.
“Things happen very fast at a game of rugby, and also a few calls are demanding and others aren’t so tough to make.
“It’s an ever-changing world in rugby with the sway the TMO [television game official] has. Players know that they will need to do the utmost to maintain their focus and attention to not make silly errors.”
Centre Hadleigh Parkes and hooker Ken Owens equally participate in training on Wednesday after suffering knocks on Monday during the victory over Georgia.
Lock Bradley Davies, who has come in for the Cory Hill, has arrived in Japan and was also included in coaching.
Sunday’s game in Tokyo is place to decide which team wins Pool D, though that success was proceeded by 13 beats against the Wallabies, together with Wales hoping to trace their win against Australia with a further victory.
McBryde included:”Everybody realises the magnitude of this game. We all know we can beat on them, but besides that, this is a different championship.
“We can take heart in the fact we know we can defeat them, but it’s different circumstances. It’s going to be a fantastic battle.”
While recognising the danger of Australia, McBryde also highlighted the potential Wales openside flanker Justin Tipuric has to cause difficulties for the Wallabies.
“It is invaluable to have somebody like Justin from the ranks, he attracts that air of calmness. He does not say a lot but when he talks it takes a great deal of weight,” explained McBryde.
“I know that he did not secure man-of-the-match award for the Georgia game but in my view he still deserved it.
“To have somebody like Justin using the experience he has obtained, supporting him to share that with the team this week, it is just great really and leaves my function as a coach a lot easier.”

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