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3dSam Bruce

Jordan Petaia the greenest of shoots as Wallabies look to 2020

As Australian rugby begins to pick up the pieces from a first Rugby World Cup quarterfinal exit since 2007 and starts to plot a path forward, there is at least one name to be genuinely excited about: Jordan Petaia.

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4dSam Bruce

Wallabies coach Michael Cheika quits

Wallabies coach Michael Cheika has resigned his post after Australia were eliminated from the Rugby World Cup following a 40-16 defeat by England on Saturday night.

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6dESPN

England to face All Blacks in 2020 autumn Tests

England will host four Test matches at Twickenham Stadium in autumn 2020, with Australia, New Zealand and Argentina set to make the trip to London for the Quilter Internationals.

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7dTom Hamilton and Sam Bruce

Where England vs. Australia will be won and lost

What is it with the Wallabies' continued halves changes? Why has Eddie Jones dumped George Ford? And who holds the edge up front? Tom Hamilton and Sam Bruce go head-to-head before England and Australia clash in Oita.

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7dSam Bruce

No fear: Why 'bold' Petaia selection will work for Wallabies

He is only 19 years of age. He has played on two Tests. He is lining up against an in-form England team. Still, Jordan Petaia's selection at outside centre for the Wallabies has Tim Horan immensely excited.

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10dSam Bruce

Michael Cheika: Six straight England defeats no relevance for Wallabies

Michael Cheika will be doing little study of England and sees no relevance in Australia's 0-6 record against Eddie Jones' men since the last World Cup, the Wallabies coach saying "looking backwards is only going to give you a sore neck."

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11dSam Bruce

Wallabies' true test arrives as World Cup goes up a level

After four years of frustration, broken only by the odd performance of true quality, the Wallabies are about to resume hostilities with England. Australia have lost their last six against Eddie Jones' side but boast the most recent Cup victory.

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12dSam Bruce

Wallabies in mad 3am scramble after Georgia win

Following their World Cup victory over Georgia, the Wallabies were in a hectic scramble to get to their accommodation in Odawara ahead of Typhoon Hagibis, writes Sam Bruce.

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2dCraig Dowd

If England slow All Blacks' tempo, we'll have ourselves a semi

Ireland couldn't handle the speed the All Blacks but England have the troops to slow their semifinal down and Eddie Jones' side is not as one-dimensional as teams of the past -- Craig Dowd writes.

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14dCraig Dowd

Players weren't given enough time to change tackling habits

The finish of a World Cup used to be seen as a chance to address the game's laws and make the necessary changes. That gave players four years to adapt, so why wasn't it the case for the 2019 tournament, Craig Dowd asks.

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14dSam Bruce

Competition vs. Cohesion: Wallabies will have to 'break the mould'

The Wallabies' continued selection changes in the halves have divided opinions across Australian rugby. Coach Michael Cheika says it's about fostering competition, but is it actually having a negative effect on the team's performance?

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14dTom Hamilton

World Cup games cancelled due to typhoon

Rugby World Cup organisers have cancelled pool games between England and France as well as New Zealand's match against Italy due to the risk from Typhoon Hagibis.

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15dSam Bruce

Tall Order: Wallabies at last heed World Cup's tackle message

Wallabies lock Rory Arnold is mindful of the need to lower his tackling height at the Rugby World Cup while coach Michael Cheika says his side have been working on a few different things to avoid further potentially match-turning yellow or red cards.

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15dSam Bruce

Cheika backs Aussie bid for 2027 RWC

Wallabies coach Michael Cheika has thrown his support behind a potential Australian bid to host the 2027 Rugby World Cup, writes Sam Bruce.

2019 RankingsRugby Championship

  • AUS2nd
    Tries Scored 1st South Africa : 11 Tries Scored
    SA1st
    9
    11
  • AUS2nd
    Points Difference 1st South Africa : 51 Points Difference
    SA1st
    9
    51