Rugby World Cup: England to play Australia in quarter-finals

England and Australia at the Rugby World Cup quarter-finals will play Following the Wallabies Have Been Verified as runners-up in Pool D.

Wales win over Uruguay on Sunday morning forced Michael Cheikas side meaning theyll play with England – who awakened Pool C – at Oita on Saturday.
Eddie Jones side have won their past six encounters including three Tests within their 2016 tour of Australia, with the Wallabies.
The last time Australia beat England was at the pool stages of the 2015 World Cup in their 33-13 win at Twickenham embarrassingly knocked the hosts from their home tournament at the very first stage.
Jamie George has a 100 percent win record from his five Tests against Australia, and also he told Sky Sports News:Weve taken a lot of confidence in how weve played against Australia.
We understand how to overcome them that is a enormous psychological advantage. In exactly the exact same time we have got to be aware that theyre a different team.
Take their set-piece, such as – they have taken massive strides in that. That is something thats likely to be a large factor in winning the match.
They are an improved side, were a better side – its going to be a gigantic Evaluation on Saturday.
England will go in their quarter-final having never played for two weeks after his final pool match against France has been cancelled because of Typhoon Hagibis.
George says his team-mates took the head trainers warnings using a pinch of salt, although eddie Jones cautioned before the tournament that extreme weather could lead to matches being cancelled.
Its been carnage actually, said George. When we first met up and have been talking about Japan, Eddie cautioned us of this possibility of typhoons, but we did not really believe him. But here we are.
The most impressive thing for me was the way our logistics staff have managed the entire thing. They had a contingency plan in place and within a few hours we had been on a plane. We are very lucky in that respect.

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