June 15, 2024

Galway , Ireland - 26 February 2022; Manie Libbok of DHL Stormers leaves the field after the United Rugby Championship match between Connacht and DHL Stormers at The Sportsground in Galway. (Photo By Diarmuid Greene/Sportsfile via Getty Images)

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The Stormers are facing concerns regarding the fitness of their key players, Damian Willemse and Sacha Feinberg-Mngomezulu, who both suffered dislocated fingers and await scan results. If the scans reveal serious issues, they might miss the upcoming quarter-finals, adding pressure to their already uncertain playoff situation.

Despite their recent victory against Connacht, the Stormers are currently fifth in the standings and need to beat the Lions to maintain their position. Coach John Dobson sees the potential change in playoff dynamics as an opportunity for growth, emphasizing the importance of reaching at least the semi-finals.

The congested standings mean the Stormers must wait until the final round of matches to determine their playoff destination, which could be Ireland, Scotland, or Pretoria. Despite potential challenges, Dobson asserts that his team will face any opponent head-on, focusing on their own improvement rather than changing their playing style.

Although their attack has struggled to find its rhythm this season, the Stormers remain committed to their approach, recognizing the need to refine their execution while staying true to their strengths. Despite their offensive challenges, they continue to rely on Manie Libbok’s kicking prowess to secure victories.

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