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History-making Wales captain Alun Wyn Jones admitted that blood had been spilled as training boiled over ahead of his team’s highly-anticipated Rugby World Cup Pool D blockbuster with Australia on Sunday.

Both teams opened their campaign in Japan with victories, Australia beating Fiji 39-21 and Six Nations champions Wales running out 43-14 winners over Georgia.

Fiji then suffered a surprise 30-27 defeat by minnows Uruguay, meaning Sunday’s match will likely decide the winners and runners-up of the pool.

“We came out the blocks well against Georgia and with consistency in selection, we’ve got another chance now,” said Jones, who will win a Wales record 130th test cap against the Wallabies.

“(Head coach) Warren Gatland has always said that we perform in big matches and the biggest test is in front of us. We won’t shy away from that. There wa

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