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People in Japan are already going crazy for Wales and it might just make the difference at the Rugby World Cup

Wales Online Friday, 12 July 2019
People in Japan are already going crazy for Wales and it might just make the difference at the Rugby World CupMessages of support for Wales are appearing on emergency vehicles, buses and shops in Japan
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News video: Sam Warburton's Rugby World Cup 2019 Preview

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Former Wales captain Sam Warburton discusses the form of his country, teams to watch and impact players ahead of Rugby World Cup 2019 in Japan later this year.

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