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Australia were forced into a real arm wrestle by the hard-hitting Georgians in the two countries’ first-ever Test match
Georgia put in a mean defensive shift and kept in the game by seizing on a catalogue of basic handling errors by their opponents
But poor Australian handling meant the men in gold were never quite able to take the game by the scruff of the neck
Shizuoka, Japan: Australia fine-tuned preparations for a likely Rugby World Cup quarter-final against England with a hard-fought, error-strewn 27-8 Pool D victory over Georgia at Shizuoka on Friday.
Wales’ 27-19 win over Fiji on Wednesday had guaranteed the Wallabies a place in the last eight, with the Welsh playing minnows Uruguay on Sunday in a match that should see them book the pool winners’ spot.
Australia’s Jack Dempsey gets tackled by Georgian defenders during the Pool D fixture at Shizuoka. AP
In blustery conditions and heavy rain as Typhoon Hagibis headed for landfall on Japan’s east coast, Australia were forced into a real arm wrestle by the hard-hitting Georgians in the two countries’ first-ev
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