Coach Warren Gatland has warned Ireland about the danger of complacency ahead of tomorrow's game against Canada despite the tourists' 83-3 demolition of the United States.
The same Eagles side swept in three second-half tries to beat Canada 34-25 two weeks ago, but New Zealander Gatland insisted that Canada will be tougher opponents than the USA. "The USA were lucky to get past Canada and gained an unrealistic impression of their capabilities," said Gatland. This is the last game of Ireland's tour of the Americas and Gatland has made 10 changes to the side which turned out in New Hampshire.
Ireland team to play Canada at Fletcher's Field Toronto, on June 17 (KO 9pm Irish time). 15) Dominic Crotty, 14) Shane Horgan,13) Mike Mullins, 12) Kevin Maggs, 11) Justin Bishop, 10) David Humphreys, 9) Peter Stringer, 1) Justin Fitzpatrick, 2) Keith Wood (C), 3) John Hayes, 4) Michael Galwey, 5) Jeremy Davidson, 6) Simon Easterby, 7) Andy Ward, 8) Anthony Foley