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James O'Connor looks to have paid his dues and will be pushing for a return to the starting XV after an impressive performance off the reserves bench in the Wallabies' big World Cup win over Italy on Sunday.
France coach Marc Lievremont slammed his players on Sunday for an unconvincing showing against Japan despite their eventual 47-21 win against the Asian champions.
England flank James Haskell insisted the black eye he'd received in a 13-9 opening World Cup win against Argentina was a battle scar well worth having.
Japan No.8 Ryukoliniasi Holani was ruled out of the rest of the World Cup on Sunday with a knee injury, becoming the team's second player to withdraw.
Argentina centre Gonzalo Tiesi was ruled out of the rest of the World Cup on Sunday after their crunching opening defeat to England which also left captain Felipe Contepomi struggling with bruised ribs.
Wales will consider themselves desperately unlucky not to walk away with a win after going down 17-16 to the Springboks on Sunday.
Defending champions South Africa managed to start their campaign on a winning note, with a nailbiting 17-16 squeaker over Wales in Wellington on Sunday.
In a very tightly contested match the Springboks held onto a 17-16 victory against a fiery Welsh side to get their World Cup campaign off to a winning start, albeit only just.
Coach Nick Mallett singled out Australia's much-improved scrum for praise as the Wallabies put the cleaners through Italy 32-6 to open their World Cup campaign at North Harbour on Sunday.
What is it with the so-called minnows at Rugby World Cup 2011? Just ask Ireland after their hard-fought 22-10 win over the USA Eagles in New Plymouth on Sunday.
Ireland, working off a superior forward pack, opened their World Cup campaign with a 22-10 win over the United States Sunday in a scrappy game played on the 10th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks.
Italy did enough to give Australia a big fright as the two sides were locked at 6-6 going into half time, before the Wallabies took control later on.
Western Province scored six tries to beat the Leopards 49-21 on Saturday but coach Allister Coetzee was far from happy with his team's performance.
Australia weathered a tough first half, but came out firing later in the game as their exciting backs made the most of some cracks in the Italian defence.
The Leopards had shown in the first 20 minutes of their Currie Cup match against Western Province on Saturday just how well they could play,
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