After their defeat against Argentina, England want to revive against Japan

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After their defeat against Argentina, England want to revive against Japan

Argentina and Ireland to chain

Argentina’s 2022 roster is already looking great. But ten months before the World Cup, the Pumas have every intention of consolidating their reputation as a head cutter. Michael Cheika’s men, winners in recent months of Australia (48-17, August 13), New Zealand (18-25, August 27) and England (29-30, August 5 November), move this Saturday afternoon to Cardiff with a fifteen unchanged compared to last week.
Swept away last week by the All Blacks, the Welsh, with a Louis Rees-Zammit aligned at the back, will want to reassure themselves. World No. 1 in the World Rugby rankings, Ireland, opposed to Fiji, will for its part try to chain a fifth consecutive victory. But Andy Farrell will have to do without Conor Murray, injured in the victory against the Boks (19-16) last week. As for Australia, narrowly beaten by the Blues (30-29), it will try to revive in Italy.

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