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Dan Carter warns England over Fiji 'freak' Nemani Nadolo

Published 17/09/2015

Fiji's Nemani Nadolo could pose a threat to World Cup hosts England
Fiji's Nemani Nadolo could pose a threat to World Cup hosts England

Dan Carter has warned England to beware of "freak" Nemani Nadolo when Fiji visit Twickenham for Friday's World Cup opener.

The New Zealand fly-half has spent the past two seasons playing alongside Nadolo at the Crusaders, witnessing first hand the havoc caused by the 20-stone, 6 ft 5in giant who was the top try-scorer in the Super 15 in 2014.

"Nadolo is bit of a freak. He's a huge man, but is also very skilful. He's a quality player and one to watch," Carter told Press Association Sport.

"He's a proud Fijian and will be a real threat at this World Cup, not just against England, but against all the teams who Fiji face.

"Nadolo has this funny Australian accent which you wouldn't really expect from a Fijian.

"He's an absolute top bloke, very genuine and down to earth. He's typical Fijian - a relaxed character who enjoys himself and doesn't take life too seriously.

"Fiji could potentially cause an upset because they're a strong side."

:: Dan Carter is a MasterCard Rugby World Cup 2015 brand ambassador. MasterCard will be delivering Priceless Surprises to MasterCard card holders and rugby fans around the world.

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