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While Alex Cuthbert's fantastic try last weekend wasn't off first-phase ball, it showcased just how deadly the Lions can be when they get clean ball.
All throughout the tour this has been a staple of the Lions' play. They sent big powerful ball-carriers through gaps, and if they fail to score themselves, there are players running in support to finish off the attack.
Of course, the fact that openside flanker Matt Hooper was filling in at 12 made it easier, but it was a fantastic showcase of set-piece rugby.
With quick ball the Lions are very adventurous. They run a host of intelligent decoy lines, sucking in defenders, and in Jonny Sexton have a player with the vision to pick the right option.
If the Lions scrum holds up and they can hit the tail of the lineout, expect more of this style of play.
Brian O'Driscoll's intelligent running, both as a decoy and in support, is key, but it will be down to Sexton to see the gaps and for the strike runners to hit those holes.
If they can, the Lions can do some serious damage. With the Wallabies looking more dangerous off loose ball, this sort of ball could be the key to a Lions victory.