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'It’s the atmosphere': 40,000 Wallabies fans flock to Japan for Rugby World Cup

The Age Saturday, 14 September 2019
Australian fans are renowned for their attendance at overseas sporting events, and this year's Rugby World Cup in Japan is no different.
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News video: Rugby World Cup 2019 in numbers

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The Rugby World Cup kicks off in Japan on September 20. Here, PA looks at some of the numbers behind the tournament's history.

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