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Wales centre Hadleigh Parkes shows why team-mates have been phoning him Robocop following the World Cup that is dramatic win over Australia, discusses what the squad have been around in Otsu and looks against Fiji.
You may have noticed Ive been piled up quite a lot to assist with injuries that were different, so that the boys have been providing me stick, saying I look like Robocop.
Ive got my forearm, my right hand, my elbow and my forearm all strapped up, therefore its absurd how much tape Im using right now.
Since I am starting to look as half person, half 19, I would like to get rid of it.
But the issue is that it helped me to get through our match from Australia last Sunday, and to get the win was amazing.
Id broken a leg in my hand and the hand was tender after the Wallabies match, but it did not affect me too much.
Our team is just one of the very best. I am seeing them each day, every day, talking to them, and theyre looking after me really well.
The hand is worse than it was and it is actually moving quite well.
Its amazing what the human body and brain can do when you have got an accident.
Say you dont use it for six weeks and something breaks, youre just waiting in your throw and trying to render it alone.
But while you use your own body when it is hurt, you get accustomed to it and your headspace gets better and better. I do not feel it as much.
Australia was a big game for us and a big game for the Wallabies too.
Weve been at the end of some narrow defeats against them however, the last couple of times weve managed to find the win.
The boys have been giving me a bit of stick for that too, stating they have no idea just how Marika Koroibete was outjumped by me although it was pleasant to find a try.
You wish to earn a group pay although youve got a shot to nothing but. Luckily I had been on the wing and also Biggsy [Dan Biggar] put in a kick that is fantastic and that I managed to grab hold of it.
Our beginning was super – Biggsy with all the drop-goal after Ken Owens and Aaron Wainwright did well in the breakdown, and then the try.
The second half got somewhat tense but everyone put a enormous change in and it is just great for two wins out of two.
I assemble their way then dont know if theres been a change of mindset however something is that Wales are starters in tournaments.
However, you dont wish to be stuck in this routine, chasing the pack.
In this tournament, we had Georgia. We started well and was the bonus stage although theyre a difficult team.
In the Australia match, theyd needed a turnaround that is more rapid than us and they are a team that can score points, and that means you need to get that mindset that youre likely to outscore them not only defend.
To be just two from two is good – but we wish to be four from four.
Weve put ourselves in a great place, so lets take advantage of that to top our pool and keep building excellence.
And were not losing sight of this danger that Fiji will attract when they are faced by us on Wednesday.
Theres talent across that backline and they are big, physical guys with a fairly impressive skillset.
We watched them beat Georgia and we all know its going to be a struggle, but we are looking forward to it because thats what you need – before what can likely be tough games 42, those challenging games later in the tournament.
We travelled to Otsu in Tokyo, at which we have been having a little downtime, the day after we conquer Australia.
Its completely different to Tokyo. I believe if wed had three days away in Tokyo, it could have been very dangerous!
I had always heard that it was busy and it was – people anywhere, a fast pace of life, everybody, very great food extremely friendly, and its relatively easy to get around too.
We found several nice places to eat and also is extremely vital for the boys.
It had been Jonathan Davies taking the lead, when it came to finding those areas. He also follows a load of accounts on Instagram, writes down what he likes and ticks off them when they are visited by us.
I think that is a way to travel when you go to places you dont know.
Then there is Otsu.
We had a few days off when we got here, that was needed after a short turnaround between plus two tough first matches against Australia along with also Georgia.
Its been fine here in Otsu, where our hotel overlooks the lake as well as the individuals have been friendly.
The days off were lazy. A couple of us went. We managed to grab a few smallish ones although Im more of a sea fisherman usually.
The sun was out so the shirts were off – Im constantly working on that tan!
We moved to Kyoto a day so it had been interesting to check out the history, the temples and temples and things like that.
Its really been quite a nice, nice to break free from the big city and chilled – but were here to perform a job.
To it , we had been back on Friday in practice, and we had been looking at it the beginning creating up to Wednesdays match against Fiji, just like a Monday.
Hadleigh Parkes spoke to BBC Sport Wales Dafydd Pritchard.
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