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Here are five bets Guy Giles thinks you should consider for Wales v Uruguay, which kicks off at 09:15 on Sunday.
Wales should canter to victory on Sunday to finish top of Pool D.
But Uruguay should be good enough to keep the score within this margin against a much-changed Wales side having only lost by 35 points to Australia.
Winning margin: Wales 31-40
Wales won by 45 points the last time these sides met at the 2015 tournament.
Uruguay’s improvement since then – combined with 13 changes for Wales – should see a lower margin this time around.
Highest scoring half: 2nd
Uruguay tend to start fast before fading in the second half, conceding 62 points after the break in their three games so far.
Wales are likely to take full advantage having scored 35 points in the second half so far this tournament.
Anytime tryscorer: Josh Adams
Adams sits joint-top of the try table with four after a hat-trick against Fiji last time out.
The 24-year-old now has eight tries in 17 international starts.
Anytime tryscorer: Justin Tipuric
Tipuric has been named Wales captain on Sunday as he earns his 70th international cap.
The flanker scored his sixth international try against Georgia and will be a carrying threat for Wales again.
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