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Super Typhoon Hagibis map: England v France cancelled

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Super Typhoon Hagibis map: England v France cancelled

Super Typhoon Hagibis map: England v France cancelled

England’s group decider against France on Saturday has been cancelled due to the approach of Super Typhoon Hagibis in one of the most extraordinary days in 32 years of World Cup history.


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