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Rugby World Cup: England vs France match cancelled as Super Typhoon approaches Japan

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Rugby World Cup: England vs France match cancelled as Super Typhoon approaches Japan

Rugby World Cup: England vs France match cancelled as Super Typhoon approaches Japan

Of the three matches scheduled to take place on Saturday, only one — Ireland vs Samoa — will go on as planned while England's match against France and the clash between New Zealand and Italy have been cancelled.

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