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A look back at England-Australia in Rugby World Cup history

Seattle Times Friday, 18 October 2019
OITA, Japan (AP) — A look back at England vs. Australia matches in Rugby World Cup history: 1987 Sydney: Australia 19, England 6 Trailing only 6-0 in a hard-fought pool match, England leveled through a Mike Harrison converted try at Concord Oval. The Wallabies reclaimed the lead with a controversial David Campese try in the […]
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England head coach Eddie Jones say he was pleased with the way his players re-focussed after conceding an early try in the second half of their Rugby World Cup quarter-final win against Australia

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