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England
0%
Samoa
0%
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Player Head-to-Head

Last 5 Games

Marcus Smith
v
D'Angelo Leuila
35
Points Scored
32
7
Average / Game
6.4
31%
% Of Team Total
24%

Match Details

England v Samoa

Rugby World Cup - Round 5
Sat 7th October 2023, 11:45am EDT
Stade Pierre Mauroy

Head-to-Head

Last 3 Meetings

Wins
3
Draws
0
Wins
0
Average Points scored
31
13
First try wins
100%
Home team wins
100%

Team Form

Last 5 Games

2
Wins
2
2
Streak
2
11
Tries Scored
14
26
Points Difference
-4
1/5
First Try
2/5
1/5
First Points
2/5
0/5
Race To 10 Points
2/5

Previous Results

Last 3 Meetings

Rugby World Cup
+1
18 - 17
07 Oct 23
Internationals
+34
48 - 14
25 Nov 17
Internationals
+19
28 - 9
22 Nov 14

Other Fixtures

Comments

5 Comments
J
Jon 285 days ago

Who was the ref? Felt England were able to abuse him much more.

A good battle from teams outside the top 8, rugby world needs teams like these making the other games a contest worth watching. Felt England put too much on their plate to also cope with what Samoa was able to bring. Samoa really lacking the usual sort of threats they bring to a WC but have (‘had’, now) enough around the park that if things had of gone their way they could have made the playoffs through this more ‘conventional’ play.

a
ant 285 days ago

England can make semi finals..then will be crushed wth at least 35 points

C
Cam 288 days ago

England have been improving with every game in the tournament thus far and Samoa have their work cut out. Not impossible- but it's going to be a big ask.

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