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29 Sep 2011 11:37 GMT | Sport, France, New Zealand
New Zealand have a score to settle after being knocked out of the Rugby World Cup by France four years ago and in the 1999 semi-finals. Belinda Henley reports for Al Jazeera from Auckland before their Pool A clash.
Source: Al Jazeera
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