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With both semi-finals of the Rugby World Cup done and dusted, we now know that England and South Africa will battle it out for the right to be crowned world champions at Japan 2019.
Following on from England’s heroics against New Zealand on Saturday, the Springboks emerged triumphant from their gruelling clash against Wales, ending Warren Gatland’s hopes of a triumphant farewell as he prepares to leave the national team.
Tries from Damian de Allende and Josh Adams cancelled each other out, with the match coming down to the kickers as Handre Pollard fired South Africa into the final with a 76th-minute penalty.
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It means that there will be a repeat of the 2007 Rugby World Cup final when South Africa edged out the English to clinch their second Webb Ellis Cup when the two sides meet on Saturday evening at the International Stadium Yokohama.
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