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Sat 19 Jun 2010
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18 June 2010: Highlights of the second day of the US Open from Pebble Beach, California

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They might have lost both games on their Australasian Tour but how do you think think the Springboks will do at home?
They will win both games, Boks are not easy to beat at home
Boks will beat Australia at Newlands and lose to New Zealand at Ellis Park
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