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Oct 16, 2007: "Former Wallabies coach Eddie Jones, now technical advisor to the Springboks, stepped out of the shadows today ahead of his shot at redemption against England." Graham Jenkins reports
Oct 16, 2007: "How many times in the last five World Cups have the French displayed real flair
Oct 15, 2007: "First, keep it tight and play the game in their territory...Second, attack the breakdown as if your lives depend upon it
Oct 15, 2007: "We're one day nearer the Stade de France showdown and sadly today is the day Josh Lewsey's World Cup draws to a close." Graham Jenkins reports
Oct 15, 2007: South Africa will invite Nelson Mandela to Saturday's World Cup final against England as the Springboks look to recapture the energy and emotion of 1995.
Oct 14, 2007: "Just over a month since Jake White's side tour apart Brian Ashton's team at the Stade de France the two sides will meet again, at the same venue, with the sport's biggest prize up for grabs." Graham Jenkins reports
Oct 14, 2007: "The build up to this year's Rugby World Cup is set to intensify this week as we build towards the tournament finale." Graham Jenkins counts down to the big one
Oct 13, 2007: "The strength of character shown by the men in white since their seemingly crippling loss to South Africa in the pool stages is something for the whole English nation to be proud of." Graham Jenkins reports
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Oct 12, 2007: "Shared isolation has made the only two significant rugby nations with South Atlantic coastlines natural partners and adversaries." Huw Richards reports
Oct 12, 2007: "England's threequarters must defend as if their lives depend on it against a team who on their day are rugby's most creative attacking force." PA's Frank Malley reports
Oct 11, 2007: If Jonny Wilkinson is feeling the pressure in the run-up to England's semi-final against France then it has nothing to do with the inflation of the match balls.
Oct 11, 2007: "That so many believed Connolly is hard to understand when there was little happening to warrant the statements claiming improvement." Rollo Manning reports
Oct 9, 2007: "The backline is blunt and there seems little that the coach can do to remedy this unless some more intuitive players come through the system" Iain Morrison reports on Scotland's Rugby World Cup campaign
Oct 9, 2007: "The 'flying' Fijians may have come to the end of their World Cup road but the legacy of the tournament is all the richer for their achievements." Graham Jenkins reports
Oct 9, 2007: Wayne Barnes has been defended by referees' chief Paddy O'Brien amid fierce criticism of his performance in the quarter-final between France and New Zealand.
Oct 8, 2007: "For all the talk about rugby being a religion in New Zealand they are not a very passionate people and when it comes to winning world cups that might just be the vital missing ingredient." John Taylor reports
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Oct 7, 2007: While their fans celebrated their famous victory over Australia into the early hours, England's press were busy heaping praise on Brian Ashton and his side.