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Live: Battle of the Hemispheres II



This weekend sees seven cross-hemisphere rugby Internationals being played and we'll keep you updated with all of the action.

On Friday night, Samoa shocked Wales to start the weekend on the best possible note for the Southern Hemisphere nations.

The latest results are in: South Africa beat Scotland 21-10, New Zealand beat Italy 42-10 and Australia held on to beat England 20-14 .

The weekend's rugby concludes when France host Argentina at 10pm CAT (SA, GMT+2) on Saturday evening.

Between now and then, keep checking back on this page for all the latest scores, news and social banter.

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