French Resistance Likely

Former Reds and Wallabies forward Mark Connors
Former Reds and Wallabies forward Mark Connors reckons Australia can overcome French resistance!

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Italy

v

Argentina


Stadio Luigi Ferraris, Genoa
Sunday, November 16
12:00 AM (AEST)




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Italy ended a year long losing streak with a win over Samoa last start and will be hoping to make two in a row. Argentina on the other hand, will be disappointed with their form against Scotland, especially after gaining so much respect in the Rugby Championship this year. 

 

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Pick: Argentina to lift and claim the win.

 



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England

v

South Africa


Twickenham, London
Sunday, November 16
12:30 AM (AEST)




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This will be a real battle with both sides bringing a very physical style of play to the contest. The Boks will be shattered after being on the wrong end of a lopsided scoreboard last week, and looking to convert scoring opportunities after poor execution and some poor refereeing decisions cost them dearly. England, who will be favourites here, will be out to build on their growing reputation as a World Cup danger, and their self belief and determination could see them home.

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Pick: South Africa to bounce back with an upset victory, but this could swing either way.

 



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Scotland

v

New Zealand


Murrayfield, Edinburgh
Sunday, November 16
3:30 AM (AEST)




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While Scotland look to be more consistent and on the improve, the All blacks will be too skilful and powerful, and should claim a comfortable away victory.

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Pick: All Blacks to win.

 



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France

v

Australia


Stade de France, Paris
Sunday, November 16
6:00 AM (AEST)




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After a drubbing in the mid-year test series in Australian, France will be out for revenge so the Wallabies cannot afford to relax after an impressive performance last week against Wales. While there is still much to improve, the mood looks to have changed quickly in a winning Wallabies camp, and they appear to have the cohesion and motivation to lift again. They will need to be wary of the French though, who can beat anyone on home soil on their day, as the Wallabies found out during a 30 point hiding in 2012.

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Pick: Wallabies to muscle up and win.

 

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