Kidney's team came under criticism for the most recent performance against USA. David Davies/PA Wire/Press Association Images
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Poll: has Kidney got his team selection right?

Eoin Reddan has been brought in for Ireland, while Jonny Sexton has retained his place in the starting line-up.

THE IRELAND TEAM to face Australia on Saturday has been announced, and Jonny Sexton and Eoin Reddan have been given the nod at fly-half and scrum-half respectively.

The game is likely to be crucial in determining Ireland’s World Cup destiny, and so the starting XV – with the exception of injuries – arguably represents what Kidney sees as his best team.

With this in mind, should he have made more changes? Was he too harsh on Conor Murray? Should he have stuck with Sexton?

So, what do you think? Did Kidney pick the right team?

Poll Results:

Not entirely, but I can see where he's coming from. (413)
Yes, he's spot on. (233)
No, he got it completely wrong. (87)
Install George Hook as head coach now! (78)

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