# world-cup - Today’s News
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# world-cup - Yesterday’s News
The All Blacks struggled early on against Tonga before running in five second-half tries
Farrell and Rowntree have been banned from the changing rooms for the duration of the game
The blindside will be the key component of Ireland’s breakdown strategy against France.
Keith Earls has a man mountain of a task ahead of him.
All work and no play, and all that…
# world-cup - Thursday 8 October, 2015
What’s better than a cultural challenge? TWO cultural challenges!
‘You can’t just settle for being good, you have to be great’: Cheika demands top spot from Wallabies
Second place won’t be good enough, even in pool A, for the Wallaby coach.
# world-cup - Wednesday 7 October, 2015
As well as the last game of the World Cup he’ll miss four English Premiership games.
# world-cup - Tuesday 6 October, 2015
Cudmore was pretty blunt when asked what the mood was like in the Canadian dressing room.
Habana isn’t thinking about breaking the World Cup try record.
The scrum-half is gearing up for a ‘massive’ game on Sunday.
The Ireland out-half was full of praise for his former provincial boss.
# world-cup - Sunday 4 October, 2015
A group of familiar faces stand between Ireland and a place in the Rugby World Cup quarter-finals. Come and get it.
Argentina impressed after a nervy opening quarter
Manasa Saulo’s World Cup is over.
The former Leinster coach is already looking towards a meeting with ‘the master coach’ Warren Gatland.
# world-cup - Saturday 3 October, 2015
It was do or die for England in the pool of death, and one of their greatest rivals were in town to stick the knife in.
It was mostly one way traffic in the first-half at St. James’ Park but Scotland improved as the game went on.
Samoa’s indiscipline is costing them dearly so far.
Milton Haig wants wants Georgia to join a ‘Seven Nations’ .
# world-cup - Friday 2 October, 2015
Jamie Cudmore almost got away with it too.
# world-cup - Thursday 1 October, 2015
Scotland’s Blair Cowan will make his Rugby World Cup bow against South Africa.
Jonathan Joseph, Joe Launchbury and Ben Morgan are all named to start.
Michael Cheika has returned to the Wallabies who opened their Rugby World Cup as his side prepare to face England.
# world-cup - Tuesday 29 September, 2015
Wales forced to make 3 changes – but it’s still a very strong team for Thursday’s clash.
Andy Farrell and a host of English players met the media as the fallout from Wales defeat continues.
# world-cup - Monday 28 September, 2015
The Kiwi head coach feels the play-off nature of the tournament is not far away.
Ireland better equipped to go deep in the tournament, says the Welshman.
# world-cup - Sunday 27 September, 2015
Could they not have let this one stand?
Joe Schmidt’s side ran in six tries against Romania to return to the top of Pool D.
Would Michael Collins and Padraig Pearse please make their way to lost and found?
Scotland have played twice in four days and top Pool B with 10 points from 10.
Here’s how to blag your way into sounding like an expert.
We went minute-by-minute as Joe Schmidt’s men wander down Wembley Way.
Michael Cheika’s men turned on the style and scored 11 tries against the South Americans.
The London venue looks likely to welcome a record crowd for the clash with the Oaks.
# world-cup - Saturday 26 September, 2015
Stuart Lancaster’s men couldn’t handle the second-half onslaught from Wales.
We went minute-by-minute for the biggest game of the Rugby World Cup so far… and it didn’t disappoint.
The ‘Boks are back after running in six against Samoa.
Kieran Crowley’s side made this a thrilling encounter in Leeds.
The other ex-Leinster boss at the RWC is confident about the big calls he’s made before Uruguay clash
Australia coach Michael Cheika expects his side to maintain their winning Rugby World Cup start against Uruguay despite a raft of changes.