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Rugby World Cup live news: England v Australia and New Zealand v Ireland line-ups revealed as quarter finals approach

Wales Online Wednesday, 16 October 2019
Rugby World Cup live news: England v Australia and New Zealand v Ireland line-ups revealed as quarter finals approachThe very latest news from the Rugby World Cup in Japan ahead of this weekend's quarter-final matches
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News video: Steve Hansen speaks after New Zealand reach the Rugby World Cup semi-finals

Steve Hansen speaks after New Zealand reach the Rugby World Cup semi-finals 01:28

All Blacks coach Steve Hansen speaks after New Zealand defeat Ireland in the #RWC2019 quarter-final. The All Blacks will face England in the semi-finals. SUBSCRIBE to World Rugby on Youtube - https://youtube.com/user/worldrugby Follow World Rugby on social media: Youtube -...

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