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Game #24 at Stadium Milton Keynes
Japan 26 - Samoa 5
With their second 2015 RWC win, the Brave Blossoms discarded their Cinderella title, proving false pre-tournaments predictions and prior results. Coach Eddie Jones' squad were up 20 at half. The leading RWC 2015 scorer, the amazing kicker Gomaru, was man-of-the-match. He kicked four penalties, and a late game miss kept him two points shy of 700 in test matches. Next up for the Brave Blossoms is the USA, and an excellent chance for them to achieve a record three wins in a RWC.
Game #25 at St. James Park
South Africa 34 - Scotland 16
The Boks dominated play, outmuscling their opponents. South Africa led 20-3 the interval, and added 14 more second half points, including a Bryan Habana try. They play the USA next to complete Pool B play, which they lead currently with 11 points. (Scotland 10, Japan 8).
Game #25 at Twickenham
Australia 33 - England 13
Australia dominate. The first time a home nation failed to qualify in the RWC. The omnipotent Wallabies will meet Wales next Saturday, October 10 in Twickenham to decide the winner of Pool A. The loser of that game will play the winner of Pool B, probably, South Africa. A sad outcome for the host Red Roses and their fans.