The noise popping out of the Eire camp is they’re the quickest, fittest, and strongest they’ve ever been forward of their conflict with Wales at Cardiff Arms Park.
However Abrahams insists his aspect will likely be totally centered on themselves as an alternative of worrying an excessive amount of concerning the opposition.
Wales full-back Robyn Wilkins will win her fiftieth cap in opposition to Eire
“If you step out on to the pitch it’s an equal taking part in area,” Abrahams mentioned.
“We are able to solely deal with the stuff we are able to do. If we maintain believing in our course of, ourselves, and the folks round us then the remaining will take care of itself.
“We’ve bought a sport underneath our belt and we’ve learnt some actually good classes. It’s going to return all the way down to the crew that’s most adaptable and needs it essentially the most.
“The crew that performs is tactically good sufficient will come out on high.”
Robyn Wilkins will win her fiftieth cap on Saturday in opposition to Eire
We’ve bought a sport underneath our belt and we’ve learnt some actually good classes. It’s going to return all the way down to the crew that’s most adaptable and needs it essentially the most
Wales began their Six Nations marketing campaign with a 53-0 defeat in France.
This weekend will likely be Eire’s first Check match on this season’s Ladies’s Six Nations.
Abrahams admits his aspect have loads to work on, however has seen sufficient in coaching to counsel they will bounce again.
“The strain is just the strain we placed on ourselves,” he mentioned.
“The end result will take care of itself. We’ve bought to return to the drafting board.
“If we need to compete at this degree, we’ve bought to dominate the collisions.
“You’ve bought to present your self go ahead and also you’ve bought to present your self a platform to play from. We’ve bought one other alternative once more this weekend and hopefully we are able to step issues up.
“The ladies are all raring to go once more. If you undergo these robust conditions, and all of us agree it was a fairly painful expertise, it’s going to make us higher.
“If you placed on this Wales badge, the gamers don’t want any additional motivation.
“All of them decide themselves individually up and take duty for his or her actions.”
Wales: Robyn Wilkins (Gloucester-Hartpury); Lisa Neumann (Sale Sharks), Hannah Jones (Gloucester-Hartpury), Kerin Lake (Gloucester-Hartpury), Courtney Keight (Bristol Bears); Elinor Snowsill (Bristol Bears), Jess Roberts (Sale Sharks); Cara Hope (Gloucester-Hartpury), Kelsey Jones (Gloucester-Hartpury), Cerys Hale (Gloucester-Hartpury), Natalia John (Bristol Bears), Gwen Crabb (Gloucester-Hartpury), Georgia Evans (Saracens), Manon Johnes (Bristol Bears), Siwan Lillicrap (capt, Bristol Bears)
Replacements: Molly Kelly (Sale Sharks), Caryl Thomas (Worcester Warriors), Donna Rose (Saracens), Teleri Wyn Davies (Sale Sharks), Bethan Dainton (Harlequins), Megan Davies (Exeter Chiefs), Niamh Terry (Exeter Chiefs), Caitlin Lewis (Cardiff Met)
Eire: Eimear Considine (Munster); Lauren Delany (Sale Sharks), Eve Higgins (Leinster), Sene Naoupu (Leinster), Beibhinn Parsons (Connacht); Hannah Tyrrell (Leinster), Kathryn Dane (Ulster); Lindsay Peat (Leinster), Cliodhna Moloney (Wasps), Linda Djougang (Leinster), Aoife McDermott (Leinster), Nichola Fryday (Connacht), Dorothy Wall (Munster), Claire Molloy (Wasps), Ciara Griffin (Munster).
Replacements: Neve Jones (Ulster), Katie O’Dwyer (Leinster), Laura Feely (Connacht), Brittany Hogan (Ulster), Hannah O’Connor (Leinster), Emily Lane (Munster), Stacey Flood (Leinster), Enya Breen (Munster).
If you placed on this Wales badge, the gamers don’t want any additional motivation