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The Rugby World Cup in Japan is not yet even at its halfway point, but Georgia and Fiji are already looking four years into the future with automatic qualification for the 2023 tournament on the line on Thursday.

Georgia has one win and one loss so far, while Fiji is searching for its first victory. But both teams are eyeing third place in Pool D ahead of their clash at Osaka’s historic Hanazono Rugby Stadium and an automatic berth for next World Cup in France 2023.

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