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October 2015
Michael Hooper won’t enjoy sitting on the sidelines as his team fight for the top Pool A spot but te Wallabies vice-captain is moving on quickly from his one-match suspension.
The Wallabies will be without vice-captain Michael Hooper for its final pool game, after the flanker pleaded guilty to a Foul Play charge on Tuesday.
Wallabies fullback Israel Folau is in doubt for the side’s final Pool A clash against Wales, still recovering from an ankle injury. 

It's not over yet but we now know who's going through in Pool A - the group of death. How did this happen? And what can we expect next?

A trio of Wallabies went into the game against England with some questioning their selection - these people were proven wrong.

Consistency has become the Wallabies’ mantra in the scrum, loosehead prop Scott Sio says.  
With top spot in Pool A still up for grabs, Australia flanker Scott Fardy says the Wallabies won’t be turning the intensity down. 

Wallabies flanker Michael Hooper has been cited for alleged foul play.

Kurtley Beale appreciates every moment he spends representing Australia. Just as significant for the 26-year-old, though, is representing his family.  

The Wallabies just pulled off a historical first, relegating a World Cup host to spectator status before the end of the pool stages, but coach Michael Cheika is urging them to keep it real.  
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