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Wales are no doubt determined to dodge another defeat to Australia in this weekend’s World Cup Pool A play-off.

Historically the welsh team have lost 10 matches consecutively to the Wallabies.

 They are preparing to meet again at Twickenham to decide who tops Pool A.

 Last time they met, the Australians won 33-28 in Cardiff, on 8 November 2014.

Wales failed to hang on for victory as fly-half Bernard Foley landed a drop-goal and a penalty.

 Foley, 26, was again the match-winner last Saturday in the game against England. He scored 28 points as Australia guaranteed their place in the last eight, with Wales also going through at England's expense.

 Wales and Australia name their teams soon.

Are you looking for somewhere to meet, before, after or during the game? Then why not head to the Royal Oak Pub, the closest pub to the stadium. There’s barbecue before the game, a fully stocked bar, a sit down restaurant (give them a call and book and six TVs to watch the game, there’s even one out on the terrace.

Royal Oak Pub and Dining House

020 8560 2906

128 Worton Road, Isleworth, TW7 6EP

 James Clark


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