Latham available for the wallabies on Saturday. The 23-year-old, however, is not in any danger of missing the squad for South Africa’s clash with Argentina at Allianz Stadium in Dunedin on Saturday morning.
“I will get on the field because I have trained hard all week,” said Sisa.
“I am at the right place at the right time. For me, there is no need to be hurt. I have worked hard and everything has been going well with my hamstring so far. We will see tomorrow where things go, but that will be our only test.”
Sisa’s return to first grade for the Wallabies comes a day after he started against Fiji in the Auckland tri-series with a hamstring strain.
After being named on Friday as a likely replacement for injured hooker Tom Youngs, Sisa, who is listed as a repla바카라cement for former NSW and Waratahs flanker Ryan Crotty, said he was confident he would return for South Africa’s clash with Argentina.
“My hamstring is good, but we’ll get it better, it’s just my body and I am here fonatyasastra.comr the right reasons,” Sisa said.
“Tomorrow is the third test. We are going to play Argentina, so in my mind, after today’s test, I can’t lose sleep. There is a test to do, but I think I’ll be better in the future as I come back and continue to play ball at the right level.
“Right now, the only thing I can think is to push myself, to go against the best teams on the field and come with a full understanding of the test, it’s coming up, it’s an important test but it’s just getting better, so that helps me a lot to focus.”
Sisa also expressed his gratitude to the Wallabies for helping to get his hamstring properly on track.
“A lot of people have asked what’s the deal w더킹카지노ith the hamstring but this team has made it very easy for me, they did a great job, made things better for me, their medical staff and I think the players in general have supported me so well,” said Sisa.
“They supported me throughout last summer and now with this hamstring issue and my rehab, I haven’t seen what I’ve been saying for so long because I have been working so hard on it. Hopefully, it’ll be better next week so that helps and now I can go out there and perform.”