Rugby Rugby World Cup 2019: George North calls on Wales to go up a gear for Pool D showdown with Australia

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George North accepts that Australia are “a tough beast to beat” as Wales prepare for a Rugby World Cup showdown against the Wallabies.

The countries clash in a potential Pool D decider at Tokyo Stadium on Sunday.

Wales have beaten Australia once in the last 14 attempts, although that rare victory did come when they last met during the 2018 autumn Tests.

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Wing North was among a number of Wales players involved that November afternoon who are set to feature this weekend.

And if the Six Nations champions can deliver a repeat result, then it would put them on a possible quarter-final course to meet potentially France or Argentina.

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With Uruguay recording a stunning upset win against Fiji, it means Sunday’s victors would have one foot in the last eight.

“They are a tough beast to beat,” North said. “They have skills from numbers 1-15, physicality and speed. We have to be on the money straight from the off, concentration from minute one and expect the unexpected.

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