Springboks vs England: Five Rugby World Cup facts that will make you sound smart

Springboks vs England: Five Rugby World Cup facts

The Springboks have a near-perfect record against England in the Rugby World Cup, winning three of their four encounters.

In 1995, the Springboks defeated England 15-6 in the final to win their first Rugby World Cup title.

In 2007, the Springboks defeated England 15-6 in the final to win their second Rugby World Cup title.

In 2019, the Springboks defeated England 32-12 in the final to win their third Rugby World Cup title.

England’s only victory over South Africa in the Rugby World Cup came in the pool stage of the 2003 tournament.

Consistency is key

The Springboks have been one of the most consistent teams in the Rugby World Cup, reaching the semi-finals or better in six of the last seven tournaments.

England have also been consistent in recent years, reaching the semi-finals or better in the last three tournaments.

Conclusion

The Springboks and England are two of the most successful teams in the Rugby World Cup, and their semi-final match on Saturday is sure to be a close and exciting contest.

I hope these facts impress your mates!

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