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TOKYO (AP) — Kurtley Beale loves playing Wales.
“They bring out the best of you,” he says.
He’s not wrong.
Beale can’t wait to be in the backfield when Australia faces Wales in another one of their pool deciders at the Rugby World Cup on Sunday in Tokyo.
“The battles are always epic,” he says of their contests, and he’s been a big part of making them epic in the last decade.
Beale made his test debut against Wales in 2009 in Cardiff, replacing Drew Mitchell for the last 10 minutes of a routine 33-12 win.
The next year he scored a try against Wales from a James O’Connor offload and almost finished a brilliant solo second try. He beat Mike
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