The entertainment continues to enthrall fans at World Rugby 2015. After the pool stages proved to be most engrossing in the entire history of the competition, the upcoming semi final clash will be no different.
International Business Times notes, all teams — Australia, Argentina, New Zealand and South Africa — are ready to battle against each other to clinch the top spot.
As Fox Sports reports suggest, an all-Southern Hemisphere contingent will be lining up at Twickenham next weekend, as New Zealand will clash against South Africa and Australia will battle it out against Argentina.
The Wallabies will be taking the guard at Twickenham next weekend, on Oct. 26, against the Argentinian might. They will be looking for a chance to play their fourth Rugby World Final and any bit of complacency will surely hurt their chances in the upcoming semifinal clash.
Australia has been one of the most consistent teams throughout the tournament. Their last pool stage match against Scotland proved to be the only weak link in their performance as they narrowly survived a scare and secured a smallest marginal win 35-34 against the Scotts.
Argentina will be playing their first ever Rugby World Cup Final and they will give everything to find a place in the final two. Their quarter final clash against Ireland proved to be one of the most thrilling encounters in the tournament as the Pumas registered an emphatic victory 43-20 against Ireland.
The odds are somewhat in favor of Australia as they have won 10 of the last 11 encounters against Argentina. The Prediction is that of an Australia win, but you never know how Argentina will turn the game around.
Australia vs Argentina
Monday, October 26 from 3am (AEDT) at Twickenham
Last five head-to-head
Australia 34, Argentina 9 at Mendoza, 2015
Argentina 21, Australia 17 at Mendoza, 2014
Australia 32, Argentina 25 at Gold Coast, 2014
Australia 54, Argentina 17 at Rosario, 2013
Australia 14, Argentina 13 at Perth, 2013
World Cup head-to-head
Australia 32, Argentina 19 at Llanelli, 1991 (pool game)
Australia 24, Argentina 8 @at Sydney, 2003 (pool game)
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