Liam Williams Georgia hopes strong unity is enough to trouble Wales at RWC

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Georgia will be banking on a unity forged in France to trouble Wales when they meet in the Rugby World Cup on Monday in Toyota.

Teamwork won’t be lacking. Just as well, considering Georgia faces the Six Nations Grand Slam champion.

Eight Georgians ply their trade in southwestern France for Brive in the Top 14 league, including four of the World Cup squad here in Japan.

Scrumhalf Vasil Lobzhanidze and flanker Otari Giorgadze are among them.

“It is a small city, and all the Georgian players live just a few minutes from each other,” Giorgadze said.

They forge close links around their favorite cuisine — and it’s not French.

“I like to make the Ukrainian soup, Borsch. That is my specialty, I make it well, as well as a good steak,” Giorgadze said. “I make it for all the Georgian boys in Brive.”

Lobzhanidze gets to do the baking, but sometimes has to improvise with the ingredients.

“I cook khachapuri for them, which is like Georgian pizza,” Lobzhanidze said. “In Georgia

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