Monday morning feels a little better than usual after Wales took control of Pool D with a dramatic and historic 29-25 victory over Australia. The Welsh squad today travel to Otsu in central Japan today where they will be based for five days before they make their way to the southern city of Oita on Sunday where they play Fiji on Wednesday October 9. Sunday’s victory has been met with typical reaction in Australia where the subject of refereeing and laws of the game have dominated proceedings post match. We’ll bring you the latest from that fallout plus all the reaction to Wales’ performance. Meanwhile the Rugby World Cup rolls on as Scotland face Samoa in what is simply a must win game for the Six Nations side. You can follow all the action and all the breaking World Cup news in the blog below. Stay with us for live updates from Japan: Don’t miss a thing with WalesOnline’s Rugby World Cup coverage Join us on every step of the way as Wales bid for glory in Japan. Stay up to date during the Rugby World Cup by: Following our 24-hour rolling live news service covering everything that’s happening. Air… Read full this story
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