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2019 Rugby World Cup semifinals: Wales v South Africa - How to watch, live streaming, kick-off time, starting lineups

New Zealand Herald Tuesday, 22 October 2019 ()
2019 Rugby World Cup semifinals: Wales v South Africa - How to watch, live streaming, kick-off time, starting lineupsAll you need to know ahead of ... Wales v South Africa After finishing off the home team's remarkable run at the Rugby World Cup in the quarterfinals, the Springboks are feeling more comfortable about taking on Wales in Japan.Assistant...
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News video: South Africa and Wales make it through to the World Cup semi-finals

South Africa and Wales make it through to the World Cup semi-finals 01:00

Wales waited until the sixth last minute to beat France with a try from Ross Moriarty and clinch victory by one point, winning 20-19.

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