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Fiji's brutal preparations for beating Wales at the Rugby World Cup are something else

Wales Online Tuesday, 9 July 2019
Fiji's brutal preparations for beating Wales at the Rugby World Cup are something elseFiji will join Wales, Australia, Georgia and Uruguay in Pool D at the Rugby World Cup
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