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Friday, September 16, 2011

Kevin the Tipster - Australia vs Ireland, Wales vs Samoa

There's a big weekend of Rugby World Cup matches ahead, starting early tomorrow so rugby's answer to Paul the Octopus is back with his insightful predictions. He's had a pretty good run of form so far, so let's see how well he does this time around.

Tomorrow's action kicks off with Argentina up against Romania, and then South Africa vs Fiji, but it's the Australia vs Ireland game that caught Kevin the Tipster's attention. Last week he correctly predicted that England would beat Argentina, and South Africa would beat Wales.

Ireland will go into the game as 4/1 underdogs, while the Tri Nations champs, the Wallabies, are at 1/5, with a draw sitting at 25/1. Kevin the sheep clearly takes it all into account when choosing.

He also has a go at one of Sunday's matches, Wales vs Samoa, which you can see after the first vid. Feel free to leave your thoughts and predictions on all the matches as a comment below.

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