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Group: A W L D Pts
1
Japan
4 0 0 19
2
Ireland
3 1 0 16
3
Scotland
2 2 0 11
4
Samoa
1 3 0 5
5
Russia
0 4 0 0
Group: B W L D Pts
1
New Zealand
3 0 1 16
2
South Africa
3 1 0 15
3
Italy
2 1 1 12
4
Namibia
0 3 0 2
5
Canada
0 3 0 2
Group: C W L D Pts
1
England
4 0 0 15
2
France
4 0 0 13
3
Argentina
2 2 0 11
4
Tonga
1 3 0 6
5
USA
0 4 0 0
Group: D W L D Pts
1
Wales
4 0 0 19
2
Australia
3 1 0 16
3
Fiji
1 3 0 7
4
Georgia
1 3 0 5
5
Uruguay
1 3 0 4

World Cup Day 15 Preview

England win crucial match, Japan beat Samoa

Welcome to your daily World Cup Predictor update, where we review the last day's action and look ahead to the next matches.

There was a big win for Australia, before England beat Argentina and Japan toppled Samoa to stay at the top of Pool A.

France and New Zealand are in action tomorrow - don't forget your picks!


Review


Ōita
Sat 5 Oct 05:15
Australia
45 - 10
Uruguay
There were two tries each for Dane Haylett-Petty and Tevita Kuridrani as Australia thrashed Uruguay, whilst there was also a try for 19 year-old Jordan Petaia on his debut. The Uruguayans celebrated a late score, consolation for them as they kept the winning margin to 35 points.
Chōfu
Sat 5 Oct 08:00
England
39 - 10
Argentina
A red card for Tomas Lavanini after 17 minutes was a key talking point in this fixture, and Argentina could not compete after that with England running out comfortable winners, picking up a bonus point too.
Toyota
Sat 5 Oct 10:30
Japan
38 - 19
Samoa
Japan remain unbeaten after three matches at their own World Cup, toppling Samoa by 19 points. Kotaro Matsushima scored a last-minute try to clinch the bonus point, and they are almost assured of a place in the quarter-finals.

Preview


Chōfu
Sun 6 Oct 04:45
New Zealand
71 - 9
Namibia
This will be another big win for the All Blacks, and it's all about trying to pick the margin. They won by 63 in midweek, but it should arguably have been more, and although there are several key players missing for New Zealand, it's likely to be over 50 points again.
Kumamoto
Sun 6 Oct 07:45
France
23 - 21
Tonga
Tonga beat France in the 2011 Rugby World Cup, before France went on to reach the final, but a repeat performance here seems unlikely. This should be a win for France, ahead of the pool decider against England next weekend.

Good luck with your picks!

152 caps
Japan was simply awesome
5 Oct 17:02
It's a pity my predictions aren't as awesome as the hosts!
5 Oct 17:43
1,624 cap
Welldone Japan??
5 Oct 17:49
32 caps
Great 5 Oct 18:33
32 caps
Amazing rugby
5 Oct 18:33
1,231 cap
Ben10, As you SAs know watch Japan
5 Oct 19:42
2,654 caps
I actually thought that Samoa would have been too physical and bully the Japanese into submission but not to be, Jamie Joeseph is doing a great job, he will be nominated for Emporer if he keeps this winning record going!!
5 Oct 21:38
5,979 caps
Bomb squad lmao
6 Oct 00:07
1,838 cap
Japan were fantastic again
6 Oct 01:38
137 caps
We'll done Japan....100% awesomeness!
6 Oct 04:49
26 caps
New Zealand. Namibia
6 Oct 05:18
26 caps
New Zealand. Namibia
6 Oct 05:19
26 caps
Want to know more about the New Zealand Namibia pink
6 Oct 05:43
5,979 caps
Bomb squad
6 Oct 07:18
408 caps
Japan ??????
6 Oct 09:13
36 caps
France??????
6 Oct 10:06
39 caps
Japan great stuff, Jamie will now be plotting Scotland's demise, that will send Japan through the roof.
6 Oct 20:00
22 caps
I just cant wait for South Africa vs New Zealand
7 Oct 05:44
5,979 caps
uhmm that game is gone you wont see the "bomb squad" in action against NZ this year. 7 Oct 08:23
I must say we had a few surprises with the likes of Japan who is playing exelent rugby @ this moment but whatch the Springboks
7 Oct 06:14
38 caps
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7 Oct 06:51
2,875 caps
South Africa , or what they call them selves , will be home after quarter finals.
7 Oct 08:53
38 caps
NEW ZEALAND THE TEAM TO BEAT
7 Oct 09:22
887 caps
Japan v Scotland??? Japan has been my Nemesis, thus far... May they go all the way!!!
7 Oct 13:01
740 caps
NB no
7 Oct 13:43
39 caps
JAPAN Oh my goodness ,You have come up so well. So much improvement for a country that does not normally play Rugby. WELL DONE CHAMPS.
7 Oct 14:37