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"Israel" is the name to watch out for on Saturday as the Waratahs' Folau and Dagg of the Crusaders prepare for a head-to-head of massive proportions.
Todd Blackadder will have been pleased to see his No. 15 coming into improved form toward the end of the campaign, arguably the world's most balanced player in his position when at his best.
However, 2014 Super Rugby try leader Folau has shown stellar, albeit at-times inconsistent form as an unstoppable force when he's in full flow, and he will seek to revive his very best at the most pivotal point in his campaign.
SA Rugby Mag highlights this battle as being the most essential of the entire fixture:
With the likes of Bernard Foley, Colin Slade, Kurtley Beale and Dan Carter on the field, there's a number of talents who have the ability to probe their opponents' defence with pinpoint accuracy.
However, that's one particular area where Dagg might edge this battle, showing against the Sharks last week just how capable he is of putting his opposite number under intense pressure, not to mention gifting the Crusaders ample territory.
As well as coming from deep, these two are likely to be highly involved in matters as second and third receivers, making for an intriguing running battle, too, that will test both fullbacks' defensive nuances.