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The Rugby World Cup morning headlines as France is outraged, Jonathan Davies tipped to return and semi final mind games begin

Wales Online Monday, 21 October 2019
The Rugby World Cup morning headlines as France is outraged, Jonathan Davies tipped to return and semi final mind games beginThe fallout from Wales Rugby World Cup quarter final continues as attention starts to turn to next weekend's semi finals
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News video: Welsh delight, French despair after World Cup quarter-final

Welsh delight, French despair after World Cup quarter-final 01:30

Relieved Welsh rugby fans celebrate their side's narrow victory over France in the World Cup quarter-final in Oita.

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