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The TV shows to watch this week: From Strictly Come Dancing to the Rugby World Cup

Independent Friday, 20 September 2019
The TV shows to watch this week: From Strictly Come Dancing to the Rugby World CupSean O'Grady rounds up the essential viewing over the next seven days
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News video: Wales v Georgia: Rugby World Cup match preview

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An in-depth look at the stats behind the match, as Wales start their 2019 Rugby World Cup campaign against Georgia on Monday night. Warren Gatland's men will be aiming to overcome a rocky week for Welsh rugby after assistant coach Rob Howley was sent home from Japan earlier this week for an alleged...

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