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As Romania managed to pick up a try bonus point in victory and Spain did not, the Oaks’ lead in the RWC 2019 qualification table, factoring in results from 2017 too, has increased to three points.

Defeat for Santiago Santos’ side combined with an emphatic win for Russia over Belgium, last year’s bottom-ranked team, would also open up the race for the alternative European qualification route to Japan 2019 – as the second-best ranked team in the competition outside of Georgia, who have already qualified thanks to their third-place pool finish at England 2015.

Thomas Lièvremont will join the #Rugby Romania staff as a consultant for line out for two matches in #REC2018 (© https://t.co/Rlq Tv ZTY0l) https://t.co/KEez Kywghx pic.twitter.com/i Qn F8j Ov5D — Romanian Rugby Union (@Rugby Romania) February 14, 2018 A Europe play-off against last year’s Rugby Europe Trophy champions Portugal awaits the runners-up, with the winner of that tie going on to play Samoa in the Europe/Oceania play-off.

The successful team will then compete in Pool A as the Play-Off Winner while, for the loser, the four-team global repechage – and one last shot at redemption – beckons.

In brief Rankings predictor Georgia cannot improve their rating or position in the rankings as they are expected to beat opponents that are nearly 17 points worse off than them before kick-off.

However, a shock result would result in some movement, the Lelos potentially falling two places to 14th in defeat with the gap between themselves and Romania reduced to mere fractions if the Oaks win this weekend.

Big gains are within Chile’s reach if they can stop the rot and win in California, with a five-place jump to 21st possible.

Canada (21) v Brazil (25) Team news The Canadian pack shows one change of personnel and one positional to the one beaten 29-10 by USA last week.

Coach Mark Cross makes four changes – split evenly between backs and forwards - to the side that lost 57-12 to the Argentina XV last time out.

Claudio Iturra is selected at tight-head and is joined in the pack by second-row Nikola Bursic.

Blaine Scully has returned to his club Cardiff Blues and his place on the wing is taken by Josh Whippy with Nate Augspurger captaining the side at scrum-half.

Flanker Javier Richard leads out a Chile side searching for their first ARC win in two years.

Artemyev’s place on the left wing goes to Vladislav Sozonov while the other changes to the backs see Valery Dorofeev and Mikhail Babaev called up at scrum-half and outside centre respectively.

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