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  • Match 1 - New Zealand

    9 100.00%
  • Match 1 - Wales

    0 0%
  • Match 2 - Australia

    2 22.22%
  • Match 2 - England

    7 77.78%
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    Rugby

    who'll win 2nites matches??? pick 2( 1 from each game. and post by how much.

    new zealand vs wales
    australia vs england
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    NZ to beat Wales by 25 points +
    Eng to beat Aus by 5 points or less

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    NZ to win by under 15 points(keep hopeing si :P)
    Aus to win by 5-10 points. but i think england could win as well, depends on how grey goes at fly half and also how well the aussie pack holds up can't wait for 2nite

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    here's the England team for 2nite

    ENGLAND

    1. Trevor Woodman
    2. Steve Thompson
    3. Phil Vickery
    4. Martin Johnson (Captain)
    5. Ben Kay
    6. Richard Hill
    7. Neil Back
    8. Lawrence Dallaglio
    9. Kyran Bracken
    10. Jonny Wilkinson (Vice Captain)
    11. Ben Cohen
    12. Mike Tindall
    13. Will Greenwood
    14. Jason Robinson
    15. Josh Lewsey

    REPLACEMENTS

    16. Mark Regan
    17. Jason Leonard
    18. Steve Borthwick
    19. Joe Worsley
    20. Matt Dawson
    21. Alex King
    22. Dan Luger


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    at Planetrugby.com I read this:

    NZ v Wales:

    Zurich Computer Prediction: NZ by 55 points
    Planetrugby.com Prediction: NZ by 25 points

    Aus v Eng:

    Zurich Computer Prediction: Eng by 12 points
    Planetrugby.com Prediction: Eng by 10 points
    luckily for Aus they are playing at Telstra Dome so if they have any chance of winning they'll need dry ground for their backline to get some momentum.

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    Originally posted by Tim
    at Planetrugby.com I read this:

    NZ v Wales:

    Zurich Computer Prediction: NZ by 55 points
    geez it's not a very conservative computer is it!

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    Well if Wales were playing true to Six Nations form then that kind of scoreline could be a reality at Hamilton because conditions will be good for open rugby tonight.

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    Aus - by anything at all would be good
    NZ - by less than 32 (and yes andrew i will be happy)

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    NZ are cruising...

    Remember Poms, you indeed did beat us last week, but we can only get better, while the Poms are probably peaking now IMO.
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    Originally posted by Tim
    at Planetrugby.com I read this:

    NZ v Wales:

    Zurich Computer Prediction: NZ by 55 points
    55-3. Not a bad prediction there.
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    Originally posted by nibblet
    NZ are cruising...

    Remember Poms, you indeed did beat us last week, but we can only get better, while the Poms are probably peaking now IMO.
    I think you'll find a lot of us actually said that as well - but having said that, last week's game was more about a victory than playing good rugby. We've broken the run now...

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    Originally posted by marc71178
    I think you'll find a lot of us actually said that as well
    oh. I haven't been on the Off Topic forum much lately so I didn't notice.

    Good Stuff from the ABs tonight, a 52 point winning margin isn't bad at all.

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    Originally posted by nibblet
    NZ are cruising...

    Remember Poms, you indeed did beat us last week, but we can only get better, while the Poms are probably peaking now IMO.
    Way to clutch at straws, nibblet.
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    Lets face it, Wales are useless.
    THat match had nowhere near the intensity that the NZ/Eng match had so don't read anything into it.

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    But anyway last weeks match probably gave some of the AB's a good kick up the arse as to where they are currently in relation to England who are probably the benchmark at this stage of the season.

    NZ were under pressure to beat Wales convincingly and they did it easily so thats a good sign.

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