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Disruption at the Rugby World Cup continues on Sunday with one match already cancelled due to Typhoon Hagibus, but the Pool D finale between Wales and Uruguay is all set to go ahead as planned on the last day of the group stage.
Wales will attempt to secure top spot in the Pool, booking themselves a quarter-final against France in the process, as they take on basement side Uruguay at the Kumamoto Stadium.
Safe from the trail of destruction that Hagibis left, Wales’s final pool game never looked to be under threat, though the biggest problem for Warren Gatland proved to be the number of injuries they picked up in the hard-fought victory over Fiji last time out.
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As a result, Gatland makes 13 changes to his side – the most to any Wales squad in World Cup history – with only centre Hadleigh Parkes and wing Josh Adams retaining their place from the mid-week victory.
A draw will be enough for Wales to secure top spot in Pool D given they would go ahead of Australia due to their superior head-to-head record, though a Uruguay upset would then set-up a quarter-final showdown between Wales and England.
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