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South Africa 28 Australia 8
80 The Boks attack inside the Wallabies' 22 but Feauai-Sautia halts their progress with a big hit on Etzebeth. It knocks the big man into touch and that's the final act of the match. The Boks are deserved winners but they've failed in their bid to get the try-scoring bonus point. The Wallabies improved as the game progressed and will be happy with their effort after the break.
78 TRY, AUSTRALIA, FEAUAI-SAUTIA! 28-8. Chris Feauai-Sautia gathers a cross kick from Cooper and steps inside two defenders before scoring his first try on his Test debut!
77 South Africa attack inside Australia's 22 but lose possession when Siya Kolisi is pinned for holding onto the ball on the ground.
75 YELLOW CARD, AUSTRALIA, TIMANI! Sitaleki Timani will spend the rest of the match on the sidelines after he is pinned for leading with his elbow as he goes flying into a ruck.
75 South Africa are trying desperately to score their fourth try! They are camped inside the Walabies' 22 but the visitors are defending resiliently!
72 TRY, SOUTH AFRICA, LE ROUX! 28-3. The Boks set up a ruck close to the Wallabies' try-line and Du Preez catches the defence by surprise when he throws a long pass to Le Roux, who scores in the right-hand corner!
70 Folau gathers a kick from De Villiers and runs the ball into touch just outside his 22. He fails to release as De Villiers tries to take a quick throw and is then penalised. Steyn kicks for touch and puts the ball out on Australia's five-metre line.
67 YELLOW CARD, SOUTH AFRICA, VERMEULEN! Duane Vermeulen is sent to the sin bin after deliberately knocking the ball out of Genia's hands at a ruck.
66 The visitors are back on the attack inside the Boks' 22 but once again they fail to make much headway as they are met by a wall of green defenders.
63 The Wallabies attack deep inside the Boks' 22. Ben McCalman, Stephen Moore and Benn Robinson are all prominent but they lose possession when Robinson is pinned for holding onto the ball on the ground.
60 The Wallabies string several phases together' close to the halfway line, but soon lose possession when Genia throws a forward pass to Ben Mowen.
58 The Wallabies attack out wide and Tomane is in the clear. He is brought to ground and then concedes a penalty when he holds onto the ball on the ground. Steyn kicks for touch and puts the ball out on Australia's 22-metre line.
56 Du Preez launches another up-and-under for Le Roux to chase. He fails to gather but Tomane knocks on and the Boks can launch an attack from a scrum on the Wallabies' 10-metre line.
54 Etzebeth is pinned for a high tackle on Hooper. Cooper puts the ball into touch 10 metres from South Africa's try-line.
51 Tomane sets off on a run, from inside his 22, but is brought to ground by a big hit from Willem Alberts!
49 The Wallabies are showing more creativity on attack. Will Genia has come onto replace White and he's bringing dangerous backs like Folau, Tevita Kuridrani and Joe Tomane into the game.
46 The Boks go onto the attack after the Wallabies are pinned for an early shove at a scrum. They make little progress as Steyn knocks on a shocking pass from Du Preez.
43 Du Preez launches a bomb which Willie le roux gathers brilliantly on the edge of Australia's 22! The ball is spun wide to the backs but Kirchner knocks a pass from De Villiers into touch.
41 Cooper gets the second half underway! His kicks is gathered by Kirchner, who returns Cooper's effort with a kick into touch just short of the halfway mark.
South Africa 23 Australia 3
40 YELLOW CARD, SOUTH AFRICA, VAN DER MERWE! Flip van der Merwe is sent to the sin bin after elbowing joe Tomane in the face while making a tackle.
40 The Wallabies take the ball through several phases and are soon inside the Boks' 22. It's their best period of play but it's all undone when Lealiifano throws a forward pass.
38 Israel Folau gathers a kick from Steyn inside his 22 and calls for a mark. He kicks up field but fails to find touch and Du Preez gathers before launching a counter-attack.
35 It's all South Africa at the moment! The Boks' forwards take the ball through some phases just inside their half until Steyn spots a gap and kicks for touch. His effort is over-cooked and goes directly into touch.
31 PENALTY, SOUTH AFRICA, STEYN! 23-3. Steyn adds another three-pointer after Australia's forwards are pinned for a ruck infringement.
28 YELLOW CARD, AUSTRALIA, HOOPER! Hooper receives his marching orders for that dangerous tackle on Etzebeth and will spend the next 10 minutes on the sidelines.
27 The Boks are pinned for a scrum infringement and the Wallabies play quickly. Cooper kicks ahead and Kirchner gathers. Etzebeth then carries but is dumped to the ground illegally by Michael Hooper and there's lots of pushing and shoving as several Boks come in to exact revenge.
24 The Boks are dominating and keeping it tight with their forwards and Du Preez is pulling the strings. Vermeulen and Strauss carry strongly but they lose possession when Mtawarira knocks on in contact.
21 Horwill is penalised for side-entry at a maul. Steyn kicks for touch and puts the ball out deep inside Australia's 22.
19 PENALTY, SOUTH AFRICA, STEYN! 20-3. Steyn extends the home side's lead with a well struck penalty, from about 40 metres out, after Lealiifano infringes at a ruck.
16 CONVERSION, SOUTH AFRICA, STEYN! 17-3. Steyn makes no mistake as the hosts increase their lead!
15 TRY, SOUTH AFRICA, KIRCHNER! 15-3. Zane Kirchner rounds off brilliantly after Jean De Villiers throws a sublime pass to JJ Engelbrecht. Engelbrecht draws in Quade Cooper before offloading to Kirchner, who gets in for the five-pointer!
14 CONVERSION, SOUTH AFRICA, STEYN! 10-3. Steyn adds the extras to extend the hosts' lead!
13 TRY, SOUTH AFRICA, STRAUSS! 8-3. Adriaan Strauss gets in for the game's opening try, after running onto a pass from Du Preez close to the Wallabies' try-line!
12 The Boks are on the attack inside the Wallabies' 22! Jannie du Plessis, Fourie du Preez and Best Mtawarira are all prominent ball carriers!
9 PENALTY, SOUTH AFRICA, STEYN! 3-3. Steyn draws his side level after Horwill fails to roll away at a ruck. That kick means Horwill has now scored 601 points in Test rugby!
7 PENALTY, AUSTRALIA, LEALIIFANO! 0-3. Christian Lealiifano gets the game's opening points, fromt he kicking tee, after Duane Vermeulen is penalised for being offside.
5 The Boks attack with their forwards just inside the Wallabies' 22 but Willem Alberts is pinned for running an obstructive line. Nic White kicks for touch and puts the ball out on South Africa's 22-metre line.
3 The Wallabies are pinned when James Slipper drops his bind at the first scrum. Steyn opts to kick for touch and puts the ball out deep inside the Wallabies' 22.
1 And we're off! Morne Steyn gets us underway with a deep kick which James Horwill gathers inside his 22. He decides to play safe and immediately sets up a ruck.
South Africa have brought in Adriaan Strauss and Fourie du Preez for Bismarck du Plessis and Ruan Pienaar to face Australia. Meanwhile, Wallabies boss Ewen McKenzie has made four changes, one being positional, to his starting XV. In comes James Horwill, Tevita Kuridrani and Joe Tomane this week.
Good day and welcome to Newlands Stadium in Cape Town for this crucial rugby Championship clash between our hosts, South Africa, and Australia. We'll return shortly with team news.
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|TBC||Newcastle vs Wasps|
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|19:45||Newcastle vs Sale Sharks|
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|15:00||London Irish vs Worcester|
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|15:00||Wasps vs Exeter|
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|19:45||Worcester vs Leicester|
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|15:00||Harlequins vs Wasps|
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|Sunday 9th February|
|15:00||Saracens vs London Irish|
|Friday 14th February|
|20:00||Sale Sharks vs Saracens|
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|15:00||Wasps vs London Irish|
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|Sunday 1st December|
|Newcastle 9 - 35 Harlequins|
|Saturday 30th November|
|Bath 21 - 16 Exeter|
|Worcester 10 - 33 Northampton|
|London Irish 12 - 19 Wasps|
|Saracens 24 - 19 Sale Sharks|
|Friday 29th November|
|Gloucester 17 - 22 Leicester|
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|Wasps 5 - 28 Bath|
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|Northampton 18 - 0 Newcastle|
|Harlequins 27 - 19 Gloucester|
|Exeter 9 - 16 Saracens|
|Leicester 20 - 11 London Irish|
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|Sale Sharks 26 - 10 Worcester|
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|Saracens 40 - 3 Newcastle|
|London Irish 14 - 19 Northampton|
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|Leicester 16 - 23 Harlequins|
|Gloucester 30 - 32 Wasps|
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|Sale Sharks 16 - 18 Exeter|
|Worcester 6 - 21 Bath|
|Sunday 27th October|
|Newcastle 13 - 11 London Irish|
|Wasps 22 - 12 Leicester|
|Saturday 26th October|
|Northampton 41 - 20 Saracens|
|Exeter 40 - 6 Worcester|
|Harlequins 24 - 3 Sale Sharks|
|Friday 25th October|
|Bath 15 - 13 Gloucester|
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