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Chris Dutton 8:55 PM The two-team rotation system was fraught with danger, but veteran Adam Ashley-Cooper says the unusual World Cup tactic can help break the Wallabies' yoyo hoodoo.
Rupert Guinness 6:06 PM Brendan Cannon knows Nathan Grey has the traits to be the Wallabies assistant coach who can organise and prepare Australia's defensive line.
Rupert Guinness Wales have defied a horrendous run of injuries to win their three World Cup pool games so far and shore up a quarter-final berth with their last pool game to go against Australia on Sunday AEDT.
Rupert Guinness David Giffin was as happy as anyone to see the Wallabies beat England last Sunday (AEDT), perhaps more so considering that while he was a member of the 1999 World Cup-winning Australian side, he was also in the team that lost the 2003 final in Sydney to England to a Jonny Wilkinson drop goal in extra time.
Chris Dutton The Wallabies want to avoid being dragged into World Cup controversy and are adamant they have the back-row depth to cover the potential loss of vice-captain Michael Hooper.
Liam Napier After rolling the All Blacks in Sydney some knew then that Australia were genuine World Cup contenders. Now they've blown all their cover.
Rupert Guinness It would be understandable if Benn Robinson had lamented missing out on a third World Cup as he watched the Wallabies beat England on Sunday morning (AEDT). But on the contrary the Waratahs loosehead and veteran of 72 Tests was as excited as anyone who watched the game live, especially the performance of the Australian pack and foremost that of fellow Waratahs tighthead prop Sekope Kepu.
Paul Hayward, Twickenham Mortifying. England out, three games into their own World Cup, 16 days into the tournament. There is no disguising the ignominy of what happened against Australia. England were not ready, not clever and not good enough.
England's misery over their calamitous World Cup exit may be compounded by a possible fine for their failure to meet World Rugby regulations for post-match media requirements.
Paul Cully A thousand glasses will be raised to the name of Bernard Foley after the Wallabies' superb 33-13 against England on Saturday night.
Duncan Bech Bernard Foley the standout player for the Wallabies, but he wasn't alone in eliminating England from the Rugby World Cup.
Rupert Guinness Ask former Wallaby prop Al Baxter about the Test between Australia and England at Twickenham in November 12, 2005 and he says of the 26-16 loss: "I would prefer to talk about 2004 when we won there."