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Wales and France meet in the quarter-finals of the Rugby World Cup on Sunday looking to set up a semi-final clash with either Japan or South Africa.
Warren Gatland’s side – on a run of 18-successive competitive wins – will be strong favourites having regularly beaten France in recent years.
Wales head into this one on the back of a convincing win over Uruguay, while France narrowly beat Tonga in their final pool stage outing.
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Jacques Brunel’s side did not always convince on their way to the last eight, but games against Sunday’s opposition have typically been tight, close affairs.
Neutrals will hope for an occasion to match this year’s Six Nations meeting between France and Wales, when the latter came from 16-0 down at half-time to secure a dramatic victory on their way to the title.
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