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England and South Africa have the chance to write themselves into the history books as they meet in the final of the Rugby World Cup today.
Whereas the Springboks are chasing a third world title, having previously won the tournament in 1995 and 2007, the English are looking to add to their 2003 success as the only northern hemisphere country to have ever lifted the Webb Ellis Cup.
Eddie Jones’ side head into the encounter as marginal favourites, having delivered what has been described as one of the all-time great World Cup performances to beat reigning champions New Zealand 19-7 in the semi-finals.
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South Africa in contrast, came through a gritty arm wrestle with Wales, winning 19-16, to book their place in the last two.
It’s not just immortality and glory on offer in today’s final but the promise of some handsome-looking bonuses. Here, we take you through the breakdown of what England are set to earn by emerging victorious in Japan.
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