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Meanwhile, the Wallabies will be desperate not to draw any unwanted attention away from the Rugby Champions Cup quarter finals, as the home side looks to pick up a third-place finish with two of its remaining matches.
“We know we have to take care of business,” said Wallabies coach Michael Cheika after Australia’s 21-15 win over Samoa in Canberra.
“If we can win that game we need to take advantage and if we do that we have a chance of taking down the first-place Wallabies.”