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Well, doesn't that just show you. France beat England. From the match France played against Tonga one would never have suspected they would win this match, but they did and all credit to them. What rankles is that a lot of teams (like Scotland) only ever really pull out the stops when they face England. Maybe the old Union Jack makes them angry, like a red rag to a bull.
I was impressed by Argentina playing New Zealand. They fought like tigers in the first half and their tackling and defence were superb. Coupled with the rubbish handling on the part of the Kiwis there was one point when the Argies could have been ahead.
So who is going to win? New Zealand? Australia?
After showing my lousy predictive skills, I'll shut up now.
 

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Restin on 10 March 2016 14:48
Argentina playing New Zealand. They fought like tigers in the first half and their tackling and defence were superb. Coupled with the rubbish handling on the part of the Kiwis there was one point when the Argies could have been ahead.
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