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ANALYSIS | Lions will hope lack of punch is just a blip, not a major problem

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Livewire Lions centre Wandisile Simelane gave the Bulls defence problems. (Photo by Christiaan Kotze/Gallo Images)
Livewire Lions centre Wandisile Simelane gave the Bulls defence problems. (Photo by Christiaan Kotze/Gallo Images)

For the second time in their last three encounters, the Lions were kept try-less by the Bulls.

It's the type of fact that seems reasonably innocuous and, in fairness, probably is ... for now.

In fact, it only came into focus in the first place back in early January when Jake White's men, left a bit undercooked by a Covid-19 outbreak, defended heroically to prevent their neighbours from crossing the whitewash for the first time in any game since 2015.

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