Ortega Capo is the most experienced in the team and the only professional. He plays in Europe for Castres Olympique, a French team, whom he joined in 2002. The 34-year-old lock, returned in the Rugby World Cup 2015 repêchage and he played against Russia. He has 38 caps with Los Teros, 12 tries scored. He played four matches in the 2003 World Cup and scored a try against South Africa.
A GOOD TOURNAMENT FOR THEM..?
The best-case scenario for Uruguay would be not to finish last in their group. Passing to the next round would be a big surprise due to the difficult group. England, Australia and Wales are much better teams than Uruguay. In addition, to qualify for the quarterfinals in this ‘group of death’ – all other countries will try to score as many points as possible against Uruguay in case points differential comes into it.
Will finish LAST IN THE POOL and they will be defeated by Australia, Wales, and England, but could be a winner against Fiji despite the results of the last matches played between them.