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2015 Rugby World Cup Pools revealed


The draw for the 2015 Rugby World Cup has been made

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Article Published: Monday 3 December 2012


The pools for the 2015 Rugby World Cup have been drawn and Rugby World Cup Champions New Zealand have been drawn to face Argentina in Pool C.

Hosts England have been drawn with Australia who they have not lost to in a Rugby World Cup since 1991 when Australia won their first World Cup title.

1995 and 2007 Rugby World Cup champions South Africa have been with Samoa and Scotland.

2011 Rugby World Cup finalists France were drawn with Ireland and Italy.

The draw means that one of the traditionally strong teams in either Australia, England or Wales will be knocked out before the second round.

Pool A
1. Australia
2. England
3.Wales
4. Oceania 1
5. Play Off Winner

Pool B
1. South Africa
2.Samoa
3. Scotland
4. Asia 1
5. Americas 2

Pool C
1.New Zealand
2. Argentina
3. Tonga
4. Europe 1
5. Africa 1

Pool D
1. France
2. Ireland
3. Italy
4. Americas 1
5. Europe 2

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