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Wed 26 Dec 2012
00:05:00
Highlights of the top twelve goals from the European leagues from the past week's fixtures.

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After two narrow losses against the Wallabies and the All Blacks will the Boks be able to finish their 2015 Rugby Championship campaign on a high against Argentina in Durban on August 8?
Yes, the Boks will beat Argentina comfortably.
No, the Pumas will surprise the Boks.
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