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Follow the latest updates live from the Rugby World Cup as heavyweights Australia and Wales meet in what promises to be a thrilling Pool D encounter.
The showdown in Tokyo is likely to decide the Pool winner, with both sides expected to qualify from the group. But with England among the possible quarter-final opponents, pool placement may be more important than meets the eye.
While Warren Gatland’s men cruised to a six-try victory over the Georgians, the Wallabies were given a scare by Fiji before eventually coming through to win. However, Wales have not beaten a southern hemisphere tier one side at the World Cup since 1987, and if they are going to end that jinx, they will not be better placed than they are today. Follow the live action below:
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32 min: Australia 8-10 Wales
Wales go through the motions as they soften up the Australian defence on their own 22. Patient stuff from Warren Gatland’s men who don’t look to force play but seem content to embrace the fight at the breakdown. After a number of phases, the penalty is eventually drawn – and it’s Michael Hooper who is at fault. Rhys Patchell to kick.
30 min: Australia 8-10 Wales
James O’Connor clears from inside his own 22 after another spell of pressure from Wales. We go forward for a Welsh line out near the Australian 10-metre line.
28 min: Australia 8-10 Wales (Foley penalty)
The Aussie 10 makes the kick this time. The men in yellow two points behind.
Dan Biggar has also gone off for a HIA following that tackle on Samu Kerevi. Wales will be hoping it’s nothing serious. Rhys Patchell steps in as a replacement.
28 min: Australia 5-10 Wales
It’s back down the other end of the pitch. It’s Samu Kerevi’s turn to do some damage as he skips past one red shirt before charging into Dan Biggar near the Welsh white line. The fly-half puts in a big, try-saving hit, and the ball is knocked forward. We go back for an earlier Australia penalty, about five metres out from Wales’ 22.
26 min: Australia 5-10 Wales
End-to-end stuff at the moment! Josh Adams darts down the left flank and nudges it inward with a grubber kick. He tries his best to get around Marika Koroibete but the Aussie wing just about keeps his opposite man from getting his hands back on the ball. Wales come pouring in but the Wallabies hold firm to clear the danger from their own try line.
24 min: Australia 5-10 Wales
Australia scrum on their own 10. It’s clean as Bernard Foley boots clear to Josh Adams deep inside his own half.
21 min: Australia 5-10 Wales (Ashley-Cooper try)
Australia capitalised on that. From the line-out, the Wallabies went through the phases as they pushed their opponents further and further back to their own line. After setting up, it was spun to Bernard Foley who found the space down in the right-hand corner with a high, h
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