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Eddie Jones inspired by Pep Guardiola to shelf his Rugby World Cup selection plans in favour of new approach

Independent Sunday, 15 September 2019
England boss planned to select his strongest team for their World Cup opener with Tonga, but has taken a leaf out of Manchester City manager's approach to find a balance and build the campaign up like a horse challenging for Cheltenham Gold Cup glory
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News video: Rugby World Cup: Wales train in front of 15,000 rugby fans in Japan

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Wales' World Cup campaign had a spectacular lift-off in Kitakyushu on Monday when 15,000 people attended an open training session. Kitakyushu Stadium was packed to the rafters as tournament fever gripped a city that has been turned into a home from home for Wales' squad.

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