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Wales and South Africa go head to head on Sunday morning in the second semi-final of the Rugby World Cup.
The Welsh are making their third appearance in the last four of the tournament, having previously reached this stage at the 2011 edition where they lost 8-9 to France.
While South Africa comfortably came past Japan in their quarter-final, Warren Gatland’s men were taken to the edge by the French in their meeting in Oita, winning by just one point after Sebastien Vahaamahina was sent off for elbowing Aaron Wainwright.
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Wales and South Africa’s last meeting at World Cup came in the 2015 quarter-finals, with the Springboks edging to a 23-19 victory.
Wales are confident centres Jonathan Davies and Hadleigh Parkes will both be fit for Sunday’s showdown. Davies missed the quarter-final win over France, while Parkes has been playing with a broken bone in his hand and a shoulder knock.
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