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Rugby World Cup live updates as Wales hold press conference with Jonathan Davies and Josh Navidi's chances in the balance

Wales Online Monday, 21 October 2019
Rugby World Cup live updates as Wales hold press conference with Jonathan Davies and Josh Navidi's chances in the balanceThe mind games are already starting ahead of next weekend's Rugby World Cup semi finals
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News video: Wales more confident than France ahead of Rugby World Cup quarter final

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Wales project confidence as they prepare to face France in the Rugby World Cup quarter finals in Japan on Sunday.

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