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Rugby World Cup: the Blues newspaper, the phrase of the day, the number

Arriving on Sunday at its new base camp in Aix-en-Provence, the French XV is preparing for its 3rd group match which awaits it on Thursday evening (9 p.

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Rugby World Cup: the Blues newspaper, the phrase of the day, the number

Arriving on Sunday at its new base camp in Aix-en-Provence, the French XV is preparing for its 3rd group match which awaits it on Thursday evening (9 p.m.) at the Vélodrome stadium in Marseille against modest Namibia.

Blues coach Fabien Galthié will reveal this Tuesday at 11:30 a.m. the team composition chosen for this meeting. The return of executives (Dupont, Fickou, Alldritt, Ramos...) is expected, as is the spectacle and the offensive bonus which were missing last Thursday during the narrow victory (27-12) against Uruguay.

“It will be another big game. Either it passes or it breaks, promises Japanese winger Lomano Lemeki when discussing the upcoming duel between Japan and Samoa, scheduled for September 28 at the Toulouse Stadium. We have 12 days off, so we are going to take a break from rugby for two days to recharge our batteries psychologically. We’ll come back and I’m sure Browny (assistant coach Tony Brown) will have a plan in mind for us.” Beaten by England (12-34) on Sunday, the Braves Blossoms will play, during the 4th day of Group D, a meeting resembling a round of 16 against the Manu Samoa who, for their part, will not rest from here there. They will meet on Friday (5:45 p.m.) in Saint-Étienne to face Argentina, also with their backs to the wall. The outcome of this group dominated by England promises to be thrilling. We're salivating in advance...

Thanks to its card inflicted on Romania (76-0) on Sunday, South Africa is panicking the statistics before the summit clash against Ireland next Saturday at the Stade de France. Against the Romanians, the Springboks obtained their second biggest success in the World Cup (after an 87-0 against Namibia in 2011) and did not concede a single point for the 5th time in the history of the tournament. No selection does better (Scotland at 5 also). Add to that an offensive bonus (four tries) obtained after only 11 minutes and 13 seconds, an express record in the World Cup. The reigning world champions are on a mission, the XV du Trèfle knows what to expect.

While the four designated favorites (France, Ireland, New Zealand and South Africa) will cross swords in the quarter-finals, Wales and England continue their merry way with two victories already on the clock. In a favorable tie to finish at the top of their group, the British neighbors could benefit from a clearer picture and offer themselves a place in the last four without fighting with the behemoths of the Tournament. Once in the semi-final, everything would become possible for the Leek and Rose XV, in the midst of a crisis when arriving in France, it should be remembered...

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