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Rugby World Cup - is your team playing?

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Tonight the Rugby World Cup kicks off at Twickenham with the opening ceremony plus the hosts, England, playing Fiji.

Will your team be there?

What are their prospects?

Will you/ friends and neighbours be following it?

Do you have tickets for any of the matches?

[BTW, before you ask, I'm posting this in the Europe forum rather than the Lounge as it's being held in the UK and it will mean that everyone can join in, not just the Loungers; I'm going to post a link on every relevant forum].

To answer my own questions:

Will our team be there? - Yes, we're supporting England.

What are their prospects? - nothing less than a win in the final will do.

Will friends and neighbours be following? - Yes - it's quite popular here. Lots of pubs will be showing the matches and our Rugby club is going to be open for every match, with drinks, food, and hankies for the mopping up of tears readily available.

Do you have tickets for any of the matches? No, but some friends have lots of them. On balance, we decided that watching on telly or at the Rugby club would probably be as much fun.

now, it's over to you - and the players of course!

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