Get Australia rugby team squad for Rugby World Cup 2015, the officials of Australian Rugby team have announced the squad and players list of Australian rugby team for the upcoming mega event Rugby World Cup 2015.
- Coach: Michael Cheika
- Captain: Stephen Moore
- Matt Giteau
- Drew Mitchell
Final Wallabies Squad for Rugby World Cup 2015
Stephen Moore – C (96 Tests), Tatafu Polota-Nau (53 Tests), Greg Holmes (17 Tests), Sekope Kepu (56 Tests), Scott Sio (9 Tests), James Slipper (66 Tests), Toby Smith (uncapped), Kane Douglas (15 Tests), Dean Mumm (36 Tests), Rob Simmons (52 Tests), Will Skelton (11 Tests), Scott Fardy (24 Tests), Michael Hooper – VC (45 Tests), Ben McCalman (40 Tests), Sean McMahon (3 Tests), Wycliff Palu (55 Tests) and David Pocock (50 Tests)
Will Genia (59 Tests), Nick Phipps (31 Tests), Quade Cooper (55 Tests), Bernard Foley (17 Tests), Kurtley Beale (52 Tests), Matt Giteau (95 Tests), Matt Toomua (25 Tests), Adam Ashley-Cooper – VC (108 Tests), Israel Folau (33 Tests), Rob Horne (26 Tests), Drew Mitchell (65 Tests), Henry Speight (3 Tests), Joe Tomane (15 Tests) and Tevita Kuridrani (24 Tests).
Australia, the former champion will be more aggressive, polished and attacking in this edition of the title that is scheduled to be played in England & Wales. Michael Cheika will be responsible for coaching of Aussies as a coach. Ewen McKenzie resigned in last autumn and Michael Cheika took the charge of Australian rugby team as “Coach”.
Israel Folau is expected to be captain of this team as he showed his brilliant performance in the last tour against lions, he is having three equally codes: Aussies Rules, League & Union. Andrew Sheridan is also in the crew of team with different job. On the other hand, Matt Giteau and Drew Mitchell are expected to make their comeback in the team.
The rest of big names yet to be announced, the main players are added in the team and some rumors are that some of the players who were on rest for long time and now they are expected to make their comeback in the team for the mega event.