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Joe Schmidt’s Ireland team make an impressive statement in a bonus point victory over Scotland.
Kiwi coach Joe Schmidt turned to a boxing analogy to analyse his impressive Ireland team’s potential World Cup quarterfinal challenge against the Springboks.
Ireland, who thumped Scotland 27-3 on Sunday, should clinch Pool A if they beat Japan and would thus avoid a quarterfinal clash with the All Blacks.
The Irish would then face South Africa, who lost 23-13 to the All Blacks in a Pool B classic in Yokohama on Sunday,
Schmidt was pleased with Ireland’s bonus point win, but warned they would have to go up a gear against the Springboks because the All Blacks-South Africa match was at another level.
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“I thought it was a heavyweight contest last night; we might be light heavyweight or middleweight, I don’t know,” Schmidt told reporters in Japan.
“And I think those physical demands are right up there.
“It was a super game last night, maybe slightly dif
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