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Monday Oct 12, 2015

Wallabies top 'Pool of death' after resolute defence sees off Wales at Twickenham

Wallabies top 'Pool of death' after resolute defence sees off Wales at Twickenham

The Wallabies continued their dominance over Wales with a courageous 15-6 victory, despite being down to 13 men for almost ten minutes of the second half. Wales put a huge amount of pressure on the two times champions, but their defence stood strong.

As a result Australia have claimed top spot in Pool A, meaning they will face Scotland in the quarter final, while Wales face a quarter final encounter with South Africa.

Injuries continue to be a concern for the Welsh, with Liam Williams the latest casualty. He is out of the rest of the World Cup with a foot injury. James Hook is likely to move to the midfield for the quarter final, with George North moving back to the wing.

After a phenomenal effort, Wallabies skipper Stephen Moore spoke of the heroics on defence.

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