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This September, the world’s top 20 Rugby nations will gather in England, The RWC 2015 tournament will be hosted by England from 18 September to 31 October. Twickenham Stadium in London will host the final.
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What: Australia vs Argentina
When: Oct 25 , 16:00 local, 16:00 GMT
Where: Twickenham Stadium
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Sunday, Oct 25 , 16:00 local, 16:00 GMT
Argentina are facing their “biggest week ever in the sport”, Marcos Ayerza declared on Tuesday night as the Pumas prepare for the Rugby World Cup semi-final against Australia at Twickenham on Sunday.
Australia’s chances of success at the Rugby World Cup appeared a momnumental task when drawn in a group with England and Wales in a tournament held in England and Wales, but the Wallabies displayed plenty of skill, tenacity and class to silence their critics and top the Pool of Death undefeated.
The Wallabies survived a mighty scare against the Scots in the last of the quarter finals when despite scoring five tries, they needed a late penalty to edge home 35-34 at Twickenham. Producing another strong team effort to see off a brave Wales, the Wallabies entered the quarterfinals at the shortest price to progress further after drawing Scotland.
Scotland had put in a number of brave performance of their own to progress from their pool second behind South Africa, but were given little hope of overcoming the rampant Wallabies.
Australia will welcome the return of number 8 and tournament standout David Pocock, as well as fullback Israel Folau for their semi-final with Argentina this weekend.
Argentinian rugby has come on in leaps and bounds since their admission to the Southern Hemisphere’s premier international tournament, and that has undoubtedly culminated in their berth in the 2015 Rugby World Cup semi-finals.
Ayerza, 32, expressed his belief that this generation had galvanised interest levels in the game and that the team were determined to build on the significant achievement of the 43-20 quarter-final win against Ireland in Cardiff last weekend. That victory put the Pumas through to their second semi-final and Ayerza revealed that their whole focus is on emulating the feats of the 2007 team.
“For everyone involved in Argentinian rugby, this is the biggest week ever in the sport,” Ayerza, the prop who has spent nine years at Leicester, said. “So we have to rest, get our minds ready to replicate if not even to play better than we did against Ireland. We are looking forward for the perfect week for the perfect outcome.”
Argentina beat the Wallabies in Mendoza last year for their first win in the Rugby Championship, the southern hemisphere competition they joined in 2012, and enhanced their fledgling status with victory against South Africa in Durban this season. They know what they need to do to trump Australia.
“We know the beast in front of us but it will be a different version of that beast as their form has been better and this is a World Cup semi-finals where the standard is higher,” Ayerza said.
Australia deserve to start this match favourites but simply cannot allow Argentina to get the upper hand early. Los Pumas may have put all of their efforts into beating Ireland last weekend and if that is the case, the Wallabies are capable of winning comfortably.
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Rugby World Cup RESULTS between Australia & Argentina :
Australia W > 32-19 Llanelli, 1991 (pool game)
Australia W > 24-8 Sydney, 2003 (pool game)
31 – 74. This is the number of tries both sides have scored against each other in the 24 fixtures they have played. This averages out as 3.08 tries per game for the Australians and 1.29 for the Pumas.
Head to Head Between Australia & Argentina :
2015 Mendoza – Argentina 9-34 Australia (Tries 0-4)
2014 Mendoza – Argentina 21–17 Australia (Tries 2-2 )
2014 Gold Coast – Australia 32–25 Argentina (Tries 3-3 )
2013 Rosario – Argentina 17–54 Australia (Tries 2-7 )
2013 Perth – Australia 14–13 Argentina (Tries 1-1 )
Key stats :
*Australia have won four of the last five meetings between the two sides, including their most recent encounter in Mendoza this year
*Australia are tackling at an astonishing 98 percent success rate at this World Cup and are missing an average of just 15.4 tackles per match. The Pumas, meanwhile, can only boast an 85 percent success rate while missing an average of 25.2 tackles per match.
*Pumas winger Juan Imhoff is having a tournament to remember with the rising star recording 10 clean breaks and five tries in five appearances. Bernard Foley has made the most breaks (7) by an Australian while Drew Mitchell has four tries.
A sunny day will become increasingly cloudy right around the 4pm local kick-off at Twickenham with temperatures to settle somewhere between 10 and 12 degrees. The players may have to deal with some light winds but rain shouldn’t be an issue.
There is no doubt the Pumas have been the great improvers of the tournament but they’ll likely need to go up another gear again if they’re to reach a maiden World Cup final. Three tough weeks of Test rugby seemingly took its toll on the Aussies last Sunday while coach Michael Cheika admitted he’d made some mistakes in preparing the Wallabies for their quarterfinal. That reality check should have cleared up any thoughts of complacency and boosted by Pocock’s inclusion, it’ll be Australia booking their place in next week’s final. Wallabies by five.
Australia: Israel Folau; Adam Ashley-Cooper, Tevita Kuridrani, Matt Giteau, Drew Mitchell; Bernard Foley, Will Genia; James Slipper, Stephen Moore (capt), Sekope Kepu, Kane Douglas, Rob Simmons, Scott Fardy, Michael Hooper, David Pocock.
Replacements: Tatafu Polota-Nau, Toby Smith, Greg Holmes, Dean Mumm, Ben McCalman, Nick Phipps, Matt Toomua, Kurtley Beale.
Argentina: Joaquin Tuculet, Santiago Cordero, Marcelo Bosch, Juan Martin Hernandez, Juan Imhoff, Nicholas Sanchez, Martin Landajo, Marcos Ayerza, Augustin Creevy (capt), Ramiro Herrera, Guido Petti, Tomas Lavanini, Pablo Matera, Juan Martin Fernandez Lobbe, Leonardo Senatore.
Replacements: Julian Montoya, Lucas Noguera, Juan Figallo, Matias Alemanno, Facundo Isa, Tomas Cubelli, Jeronimo De La Fuente, Lucas Amorosino.