What must please Dobson is that his team is as comfortable rumbling upfront as dazzling at the back. Added to that they have developed the required game management to extricate themselves from tight situations.
The Stormers have found different ways of getting the job done and they can be sure the redoubtable Warriors will demand they put on show their entire skill set on Friday.
Warriors bring stern test
The Warriors, who have 10 wins from their 15 matches, may draw inspiration from log leaders Leinster leaving many of their frontline players at home for their clashes against the Sharks and the Stormers over the next two weekends. Leinster are 10 points ahead of Ulster and the Warriors but twin defeats in SA could put top spot back in dispute.
The Stormers know what is coming. “We know that we are in for another real test, so the focus is on taking another step-up on Friday,” Dobson said.
Stormers XV — Damian Willemse; Seabelo Senatla, Ruhan Nel, Rikus Pretorius, Leolin Zas; Manie Libbok, Herschel Jantjies; Evan Roos, Hacjivah Dayimani, Junior Pokomela; Marvin Orie, Adre Smith; Frans Malherbe, Scarra Ntubeni, Steven Kitshoff (captain). Substitutes: JJ Kotze, Ali Vermaak, Brok Harris, Salmaan Moerat, Ben-Jason Dixon, Nama Xaba; Paul de Wet, Warrick Gelant.
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