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Rugby World Cup 2019: France v Wales (Sun)

BBC News Saturday, 19 October 2019
Preview and match details as Wales take on France in the Rugby World Cup quarter-final match on Sunday in Oita.
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"We're hunters, not outsiders" says France's Poirot ahead of Wales quarter-finals clash in Rugby World Cup 05:53

France prop Jefferson Poirot says they are more like hunters than outsiders as they prepare to play Wales in the quarter-finals of the Rugby World Cup

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