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Matt Dawson dismisses Wales' chances of winning the Rugby World Cup as English media deliver their verdict

Wales Online Tuesday, 22 October 2019 ()
Matt Dawson dismisses Wales' chances of winning the Rugby World Cup as English media deliver their verdictThe former England scrum half turned pundit thinks Wales are the least likely of the four semi finalists to lift the Webb Ellis trophy
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