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England prepare for typhoon disruption at Rugby World Cup

BBC News Wednesday, 9 October 2019
Defence coach John Mitchell says England feel prepared should Typhoon Hagabis affect their World Cup match against France.
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News video: Typhoon Hagibis to cause RWC disruption

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Sky Sports News reporter James Cole brings an update from Japan with Typhoon Hagibis set to cause disruption at the Rugby World Cup.

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