Friday, October 4, 2019

2019 Rugby World Cup - Friday 48


The Pertinent 48 - in a minute!
24 hours either side of now: for some concentration now is centered on securing the middle slot in their pools and early qualification for Rugby World Cup 2023, the Bicentennial.
Prior to:
                                South Africa had the bonus-point by the hour mark in comprehensive,  49 - 3 victory over Italy; the pair now sit 1-2 in the pool... mind, All Blacks have a match in hand;
                                 


Post this instant:
                               
                                Australia (7) v (4) Uruguay at 11:15pm - MST, tonight in the Oita Bank Dome (OBD): Los Teros have already done the unexpected in their defeat of Fiji; if they’re able to sort yet further shock in the waters, well one might go figure... this pool is by no means emptied as, if the unthinkable occurs this evening, Uruguay might emerge into the quarters, though one should not bet a bunch on that outcome, reality has Aussie making the bonus-point and claiming second in the group! the OBD has a top so nevermind the weather though it’ll be warm and humid one should think and that could very well slicken the pig and slippen the paddies;

                                England (10) v (6) Argentina at 2am - MST, tomorrow-Saturday in Tokyo Stadium: do or no for Pumas; Men of the Rose will undoubtedly look to close the group with large victory here making their final fixture v France nearly irrelevant as they will have already earned sufficient match points to win the pool; Argentina has the horses, it is the method by which those stallions stampede that will tell the tale on the pitch; 10-12 for English will be F2 and whether that’s Ford-Farrell or Ford-Francis or Farrell-Francis, expect a bruiser of a Test in any case; warm and windy, but no probable precipitation for this determinant;

                                Japan (9) v (5) Samoa at 4:30am - MST, tomorrow-Saturday in City of Toyota Stadium: Jamie Joseph’s Japan have exceeded the world’s expectations thus far, though mayhaps not their own and will look to ensure their spot at the headwaters of the pool with impression tomorrow; Manu Samoa, for their measure, are by no means out of contention and should they triumph this, Pool A goes into a tailspin with first place anybody’s business; it’ll be muggy, but rain not in the forecast and temps in low 70s;


                  



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