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19 Incredibly Important Reasons You Should Watch The Rugby World Cup

Do you need a touch judge?

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1. So that you can discover Chris Robshaw's openside.

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2. And see Mike Phillips go up and under.

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3. Then you can tell Kane Thompson to get in your sin bin.

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4. And get taken into touch by George North.

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5. But not before you get over the gain line with Sean Maitland.

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6. Following which, you could scrum down with Courtney Lawes.

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7. And then commit foul play with Liam Messam.

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8. Before being taken for... er, fowl play by Rob Kearney.

9. Then you can dream about rucking Aaron Smith all night long...

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10. But be careful not to get penalised for failing to release Sean Lamont.

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11. Because then you won't be able to crouch, touch, pause, and engage with Toby Faletau.

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12. You could score with Josh Strauss...or at least try.

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13. But be sure to bind properly with Sonny Bill Williams.

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14. The referee will probably let you off for refusing to retreat 10 metres from Henry Slade.

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15. It's OK though, because David Denton has the smoothest turnovers.

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16. And you know Nehe Milner-Skudder has a weak side.

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17. We've heard Danny Care needs a touch judge.

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18. And that Jonathan Joseph is always looking to practise his pick and drive.

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19. To top it all off, you could be lifted like a trophy by AJ MacGinty.

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