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Stopping Andy key to Goode Wasps win
DAI Young believes stopping Andy Goode will be key to keeping Worcester at bay tomorrow.
Wasps' director of rugby said the Warriors fly half is very underrated by those away from Sixways and an integral part of how Worcester play.
He said discipline would be important more than ever if they're to pick up a second successive win at Adams Park, having seen off London Irish last time they were in High Wycombe.
Young said: "There's very few teams in the league that don't have successful kickers. Most teams see that as a big part of the game and Andy Goode's up there with the best of them.
"If you make errors and hand them the ball back in the wrong areas, they are going to punish you with the ball in hand or kicking points.
"He's somebody I think is very underrated as a ten. He runs their game with the ball in hand and with the foot. We know we are going to have to keep him quiet."
Young said Marco Wentzel and experienced flanker James Haskell have been carrying knocks during the week but both should be fit to face the Warriors.
Skipper Hugo Southwell and winger Tom Varndell are also hoping for recalls.
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