Shaun Edwards says Wales must reach World Cup semi-finals

Wales defence coach, Shaun Edwards says that he will probably beunbelievably disappointed if they dont win their next 3 matches and secure a World Cup semi-final location.
By beating Fiji in Oita wales will book a last-eight place.
With the Six Nations champions red-hot favourites to finish top of Pool D., uruguay are then their final set competitions four days after
France or Argentina are potential quarter-final opponents if they advance, even though a semi-final appearance would equal best World Cup performances of 1987 and 2011.
We have been at the semi-final once, as a training team, Wales defence expert Edwards stated. I feel that the two games we have just won, if we dont win our next three, I will be incredibly disappointed.
Obviously, if you do win your next three, you are in exactly the semi-finals and back to where we had been at 2011.
Wales know from experience having lost a 2007 World Cup pool game to them.
They gained World Cup revenge for that defeat four years before, yet Fijis second-half destruction of Georgia on Thursday showcased a team filled with blistering try-scoring talent.
Theyre undoubtedly among the teams that you dont wish to break structure too far, Edwards added. We are under no illusions about what they will bring. They possess that X-factor, and are quite well-coached and ordered.
They are undoubtedly among the greatest sides in the world at sevens, so will cross over.

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