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Tahs attack needs to find spark: Guildford

NZ NewswireNZ Newswire 23/05/2016 Adrian Warren

Zac Guildford of the Waratahs runs the ball during the round six Super Rugby match between the New South Wales Waratahs and the Melbourne Rebels at Allianz Stadium on April 3, 2016 in Sydney, Australia © Mark Kolbe/Getty Images Zac Guildford of the Waratahs runs the ball during the round six Super Rugby match between the New South Wales Waratahs and the Melbourne Rebels at Allianz Stadium on April 3, 2016 in Sydney, Australia The Waratahs must ask more questions of the Chiefs' defence this Friday night than they did in their loss to the Crusaders last round, according to winger Zac Guildford.

The Tahs top Super Rugby's Australian conference by one point from the Brumbies, who have an easier last four games leading into the finals than NSW, who still have to play three New Zealand sides.

Guildford believes the Waratahs must display greater attacking variety at Allianz Stadium against the top-of-the-table Chiefs after struggling to break the Crusaders' line in a 29-10 defeat in Christchurch last Friday night.

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