AUS
No.Name
15Israel Folau, FB
14Adam Ashley-Cooper, W
T
3
13Tevita Kuridrani, C
12Matt Giteau, C
11Drew Mitchell, W
10Bernard Foley, FH
3
9Will Genia, SH
1James Slipper, P
2Stephen Moore, H
3Sekope Kepu, P
4Kane Douglas, L
5Rob Simmons, L
T
6Scott Fardy, FL
7Michael Hooper, FL
8David Pocock, N8
Replacements
16Tatafu Polota-Nau, R
17Toby Smith, R
18Greg Holmes, R
19Dean Mumm, R
20Ben McCalman, R
21Nick Phipps, R
22Matt Toomua, R
23Kurtley Beale, R

*Players currently on the pitch are shown in bold

Game Info

Venue: Twickenham
12:00 PM, October 25, 2015
Capacity: 82,000
97%
Attendance: 80,025

Match Commentary

81'FULL TIME ANALYSIS

ESPN's Sam Bruce @SamBruce86 had this to say:

"It was Adam Ashley-Cooper's evening at Twickenham on Sunday as the Wallabies booked themselves a final showdown with the All Blacks next Saturday. The Aussie winger picked up a hat-trick as his side held off a determined second-half rally from the Pumas to triumph 29-15. Ashley-Cooper had Bernard Foley and Drew Mitchell to thank for two of his tries while the third was merely a catch and dive following a cut-out pass from veteran Matt Giteau. While Ashley-Cooper will dominate the highlights reel, many of the plaudits will go to No.8 David Pocock. The Wallabies back-rower, who had been under an injury cloud all week, was immense in defence and at the tackle, and was ably supported by fellow forwards Scott Fardy and Michael Hooper. The Pumas will look back on the match with disappointment after they created a number of fine attacking opportunities but were constantly repelled by some determined, and often last-ditch, Wallabies defence. "
81'29-15 End of second half
80'IT'S OVER! AUSTRALIA WILL FACE NEW ZEALAND IN THE WORLD CUP FINAL!

Match Stats

AUS
Possession
ARG
45%
55%
Territory
46%
54%
AUS
ARG
100Runs144
358Meters Run577
8Clean Breaks18
157Tackles97
33Missed Tackles28
9Turnover Knock On9

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