Captains run for the big game against France

first_imgWallabies coach Michael Cheika says it’s not about trying to avoid certain quarter finalists, rather maintaining their fine form. Kick off at Twickenham is at  quarter-to-five. A win for Scotland over Samoa at St. James’s Park will see them secure second place in Pool B. Meanwhile, hosts England bow out of the tournament with a meeting with Uruguay at Manchester’s Etihad Stadium. Both sides got sight of what awaits them if they lose on Sunday. The All Blacks secured top spot in Pool C, running in seven tries in a 47-points to 9 defeat of Tonga in Newcastle. This afternoon Australia meet Wales, with the winners set to top Pool A and avoid a quarter final with the Springboks. last_img

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