Lebanon get their final hit-out before the knockout stages but it will be no easy task against a plucky Jamaica team who threw everything and the kitchen sink at New Zealand.
This is a very big line between two teams that are not of the highest quality.
Lebanon clearly have a talent edge but it would not surprise to see Mitch Moses rested for this game. While Lebanon probably need to win to secure a finals berth, they are likely looking at their quarter-final matchup.
Jamaica were soundly beaten by Ireland but showed not only resilience against New Zealand but plenty of flair, particularly with their highly effective short kickoffs.
This number just looks too large with the upside being with Jamaica and the points.
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Former Manly winger Abbas Miski has scored 11 tries in 11 appearances for the Cedars including both World Cup games.
Jacob Kiraz crossed against the Wolfhounds and is one of Lebanon’s most dangerous weapons.
Kieran Rush has impressed so far throughout the World Cup, particularly with his running game. He is also quite keen to kick for himself. If Jamaica are to get over the line, Rush looks a great chance of being the man.