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Gareth Anscombe will start his first game at fly-half for Wales against Japan, and Sam Warburton will captain in a side that sees 10 changes from the team that defeated Argentina. Kyle Connor Jersey .Its an all-new front-row for Wales with Nicky Smith, Scott Baldwin and Samson Lee, who all started on the bench versus Argentina last weekend, called into the starting side.Cory Hill, who made his debut against Australia in the opening Under Armour Series encounter, packs down alongside Alun Wyn Jones, who will win his 104th cap for Wales, in the second-row. Warburton moves to openside flanker and is joined in the back-row by Ospreys duo Dan Lydiate and James King.Cardiff Blues duo Lloyd Williams and ?Anscombe partner at half-back, with the latter making his first start at fly-half for Wales. The experienced pairing of Jamie Roberts and Jonathan Davies ?line-up for a 46th time in the midfield together for their country.There is one personnel change in the back-three with Alex Cuthbert coming into the side for George North. Liam Williams starts at full-back with Leigh Halfpenny moving to the wing.We have made a number of changes but have named a very experienced side, said interim head coach Rob Howley.Continuity and momentum is important, hence keeping the likes of Alun Wyn, Jon Davies and Sam (Warburton) in the side, but it is also an opportunity for players who were disappointed against Australia to start and for players who have been pushing on selection.We have made a change with Liam (Williams) moving to full-back and Leigh (Halfpenny) onto the wing. Leigh has done well at full-back but we are giving an opportunity to Liam, its his favourable position, Leigh has played on the wing before they have trained well there and we want to have a look at what this option gives us.Japan are a much changed side from the Rugby World Cup but Jamie (Joseph) is developing his team and their recent performances echo the dangers of the RWC with their ability to move the ball wide early and they are a great counter attacking team. Its important we look at our game and are clinical in what we want to do this weekend.On the bench Cardiff Blues trio, Kristian Dacey, Rhys Gill and Scott Andrews provide the front-row cover with Jake Ball and Ross Moriarty completing the forward contingent. Gareth Davies and Sam Davies are joined by uncapped 18-year-old wing Keelan Giles. Giles will become the 11th youngest Wales international if he takes to the field on Saturday.?Wales team to face JapanLiam Williams, Leigh Halfpenny, Jonathan Davies, Jamie Roberts, Alex Cuthbert; Gareth Anscombe, Lloyd Williams; Nicky Smith, Scott Baldwin, Samson Lee, Cory Hill, Alun Wyn Jones, Dan Lydiate, Sam Warburton, James King.Replacements: Kristian Dacey, Rhys Gill, Scott Andrews, Jake Ball, Ross Moriarty, Gareth Davies, Sam Davies, Keelan Giles. Dale Hawerchuk Jets Jersey .C. United of Major League Soccer. United chose the defender in the second round of the 2013 MLS re-entry draft. Tobias Enstrom Jets Jersey .C. Lions has come to an end. Banks told TSN on Jan 2 that he had no interest in playing out the option year of his contract with the Lions in 2014, and he again made that clear in a conversation with Lions GM Wally Buono last week. . Sulaiman, 44, was chosen unanimously Tuesday in a vote by the leadership, the World Boxing Council said. Sulaiman becomes the sixth president of the organization. Much has been made of Lewis Hamiltons fourth British Grand Prix victory. It was a consummate drive, worthy of comparison with Jim Clark and Nigel Mansell, whose home win totals Hamilton has now equalled.Such an evaluation may stick in the craw of an older generation struggling to get their grey heads around the modus operandi of Britains latest world champion, particularly when mentioning Clark in the same breath. But that should not detract from Hamiltons similar towering natural presence at the wheel of an F1 car. The huge difference in style and culture beyond the cockpit can be summed up by the aftermath of their respective wins in Britain.Lewis went beyond even the most enthusiastic excesses of Mansell when he twice went to see his fans, on the second occasion launching into a crowd surf from the top of the pit wall. In a sport noted for its insularity and blasé approach to the paying public, this was as refreshing as it was novel; total engagement that will have given those present something to talk about in the pub for years to come.Forty-nine years ago, I stood on the outside of Woodcote and watched my hero, Jim Clark, power to a similar imperious victory. This was in the days when Woodcote was a very quick 170 mph curve with a nasty bump in the middle of it, the cars having come flat out from Abbey Curve, rocketing into view from beneath what was known as The Daily Express bridge, thanks to sponsorship from the national daily. Just as memorable was the very British tone of track commentator, Peter Scott-Russell. Eyes right Woodcote! he would bark. Daily Express bridge. Here they come! One hundred and seventy-five milesnhour!Clarks Lotus led once Lotus team-mate Graham Hill had retired with broken suspension. Denny Hulmes Brabham was a distant second. The only interest was a tenacious duel between Jack Brabham and Chris Amon, settled when the Brabham-Repco got sideways on the Woodcote bump. Jack never lifted for a second, but the brief loss of momentum was enough for Amons Ferrari to take a successful run at him into Copse. When I say this happened right in front of us, it was exactly that, and at eye level. There was no debris fence. My mates and me leaned aggainst a horizontal scaffolding pole that, along with the grass bank, delineated the boundary between spectator and race track. Teppo Numminen Jersey. here was no podium as such, the presentation being made on a trailer, manoeuvred onto the grid and loaded with the green and yellow Lotus 49, plus Clark, the Lotus team -- probably in its entirety -- and several trade associates and luminaries from the RAC. Clark, bedecked in the winners wreath and holding the same cup cherished by Hamilton, waved modestly to the crowd - as was his wont as a Scottish sheep farmer who happened to have been blessed with car control seemingly from another planet.As the flotilla set off, we joined a surge of spectators who dared to duck under the scaffolding poles, climb the bank and venture onto the edge of the track. In 1967, this was tantamount to seriously unruly behaviour. There was cheering and warm applause. Then everyone dutifully and quietly returned, aware there was another race to run. It was as different to last Sunday post-race as a gospel meeting to Glastonbury.You might think there are similar opposites when comparing Clark with Hamilton. Yet, bearing in mind how Lewis has seemed more at peace with himself in recent months than ever before, it was the same with Jim. He was living in Paris and Bermuda, having had to forsake the family farm and become a man of the world in many respects.I noticed a big change in Jimmy that year, recalls his close friend and fellow-countryman, Sir Jackie Stewart. He was no longer the Border farmer depending on [Lotus boss] Colin [Chapman]. He was a different man. He was more independent, more vocal about what he wanted. He had become very aware of who he was and what he was worth. I sensed he was going to give Colin a much harder time!Sadly, that would not come to be. Little did we realise this was the last time we would see Jim Clark race and win in Britain. He would be killed nine months later. But the memory of Silverstone 1967 lives on. Just as Sunday -- and, hopefully, more like it -- will for many happy and satisfied fans. Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys China Cheap Jerseys From China Cheap NFL Jerseys Authentic Wholesale Jerseys China Cheap NFL Jerseys China NFL Cheap Jerseys ' ' '