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Here are five bets Guy Giles thinks you should consider for Wales v South Africa, which kicks off at 09:00 on Sunday.

South Africa (-8)

The Springboks have lost their last four matches against Wales, but have won 28 of the 35 meetings overall.

Rassie Erasmus’ side dispatched Japan with ease in the quarter-finals and should overpower a Wales side who scraped past France.

Over 39.5 total points

There have been 40 or more points scored in four of the last five meetings between these sides.

This mark has also been passed in seven of the 10 matches they’ve contested at the World Cup.

Half-time/Full-time: South Africa/South Africa

The team leading at half-time has gone on to win in four of the last five meetings between these sides.

The only exception came at the 2015 World Cup, when South Africa snatched a late victory in the quarter-finals.

Anytime tryscorer: Makazole Mapimpi

Mapimpi is the joint-top try scorer at the World Cup with five after his double against Japan, and starts on the left again for the Boks.

The electric winger now has 13 tries in 12 international starts.

Anytime tryscorer: George North

One area where Mapimpi struggles is in defence, with Wales likely to test him under the high ball.

Opposite number North could be the player to capitalise for his 42nd international try.


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