This could be the biggest win of this year's World Cup
They probably would've beaten Canada in 2019 if they'd had the chance. Were the better sideTonight isn't going to be the night obviously, but you really do wish thye kicked just one more goal in 2015
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Also, hoping this doesn't go same way as the Aus game in 2003:
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There has been a couple of 'decent' showings as well, albeit, then followed by not so decent showings:
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They did however finish 17th at RWC 2019, by virtue of a....uh....call it a Draw....
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Pretty sure both of those wins were away from home as well. Wales in Cardiff last year and I'm sure they beat us at Murrayfield in 2015.They've only won 2 matches in ten years but were more competitive this year even if 0-5. Thought they might finally turn us over but wasn't to be
annoyed I've missed this match between Nam and Uru, the Namibian hunt for their first victory goes on, perhaps they'll get drawn v Aus in 2027 and have there chance to avenge the 147-0 of 2003.
I think Chile are in that mix too, they're the lowest ranked.Seemed to lose the plot in the second half but yeah a fun match.
I think they are the worst side here though, just a little less worse thanAustraliaRomania which isn't saying much sadly.
Hard to know what would happen if they met, but Chile at least showed some signs of being able to attack against better sides in their matches so far, even when coming up blank against England. Namibia the weakest side I've seen, although I've not watched Romania this WC and I've blocked that Australian horror show out of my mind. Even as a pom it remains too traumatising to think about.I think Chile are in that mix too, they're the lowest ranked.
Namibia have managed to win 3 points in all their matches at the World Cups, and 2 of those were for an abandoned game in Japan! All they've really brought to this tournament are a number of dangerous tackles.