The November Autumn Internationals Round 3 Review

The November Autumn Internationals Round 3 was highlighted by the All Blacks victory over England 30-22 which included Dan Carter’s 100th test.  Unfortunately for Carter he was injured early on, but the depth of the All Blacks meant they brought on Aaron Cruden and they still won, despite a great effort by the home team.  One more victory next week for the All Blacks against Ireland would see them become the first All Blacks team to go a calendar year undefeated since 1997 and the first All Blacks team since 1989 to win every game in a calendar year.  This season they have unearthed plenty of talent and created depth, while still putting strong teams on the field and winning every match.

autumn internationalsIn the other ten games, the Springboks, Japan, Wales, France and the Wallabies all claimed comfortable victories.  The most disappointing team this series has been Argentina who I thought may have put up more of a fight against Wales.

There were plenty of nail-biters to keep tipsters on their toes with USA, Uruguay, Romania, Italy and the French Barbarians pulling off close victories with margins under seven points.

Which team impressed you the most in the November Autumn Internationals Round 3?

In SuperBru, most matches were predictable, although given that there were 11 matches, there weren’t many people that picked all of the winners, although I am happy to announce that The Chosen One did!  The French Barbarians win over Samoa was only predicted by 45 percent of tipsters, while a similar percentage of tipsters picked the USA to beat Georgia.

Japan 40 – 13 Russia

Georgia 23 – 25 USA

Italy 37 – 31 Fiji

French Barbarians 20 – 19 Samoa

Wales 40 – 6 Argentina

England 22 – 30 All Blacks

France 38 – 18 Tonga

Romania 21 – 20 Canada

Ireland 15 – 32 Wallabies

Uruguay 16 – 15 Spain

Scotland 0 – 28 Springboks

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