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Canada had to fight hard to overcome Cameroon in their opening Group E game and they will be in for another tough afternoon against the Football Ferns. New Zealand have never won a game at the World Cup Finals, but they are well organised and tough to break down, as they showed in their opener against the Netherlands.
But although they only scored once against Cameroon, the Canadians played some neat football, and with a little more ruthlessness, could have won more easily. The 2015 quarter-finalists have the talent to unpick the New Zealand defence, and as long as they remain alert to the counter, they should be able to earn a second win.
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South Africa were not among the favourites going into this year’s edition, but no-one expected them to perform quite as badly as they have. Three defeats and a wash-out is a terrible return for the Proteas, and even more dispiriting for Faf du Plessis and co is the fact that they haven’t been in contention in any of their games so far.
A fixture against the tournament minnows should offer some respite, in theory, and Afghanistan have struggled in all three games so far, but in Rashid Khan and Mohammed Nabi – who took four wickets against Sri Lanka – they have match winners. The tournament is due a shock, and this could be it.
These teams go into Saturday’s NRL clash in contrasting form, with early pace-setters South Sydney having lost their last two and Penrith boasting a run of three consecutive victories after making a poor start to the campaign.
The Rabbitohs can point to the effect of the State of Origin series, which robbed them of four first-team players, but they will still be understrength this weekend, with Adam Reynolds, Tom Burgess and Sam Burgess all missing.
Meanwhile, Penrith, with key halves Nathan Cleary and James Maloney starting to work well together, are full of confidence and closing in on the top eight. If they can do a better job of retaining the ball, they have the match winners to surprise the Rabbitohs and could be a good value bet this weekend.
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