Judging from past performance and scores, it seems the All Blacks have established themselves as the frontrunners to win the 2016 competition. Eyes will also be focused on the Wallabies to see if they can cover the huge gap between them and the world's No 1 rugby team. We’re not highly confident of the Springboks chances of winning the trophy after their last home win against the Pumas, which was very close to not happening.
However the South African team have been given a second chance to redeem themselves as they will be facing the Pumas again in just over a weeks’ time, in Argentina. This time they have no option but to convincingly win for them to improve dramatically on their opening match, or this could be a point for the Argentinians.
The Wallabies, have selected an experienced team to try and stop the black warriors. But the All Blacks are known for their speed, power, skill, abrasiveness and resilience in the game, chances of the Wallabies winning this game are really slim…. But we’ll know until the games have been played.
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