The Wallabies made a solid start to the Rugby World Cup four years ago and Michael Cheika and his fellow selectors' decisions have ensured they are best placed to repeat that performance against Fiji on Saturday.
David Pocock and Michael Hooper will team up alongside one another for the first time this year after Michael Cheika opted for their twin breakdown threat for Australia's World Cup opener against Fiji.
A two-year revolution within the Wallabies will be highlighted when Michael Cheika names his side for their opening Rugby World Cup Test against Fiji.
Lock Izack Rodda has bucked the trend of several of his Wallabies teammates to commit his future to Australian rugby.
Missing out on a Rugby World Cup start against Fiji will sting for most players in the Wallabies squad but there is a comfort blanket for hookers Tolu Latu and Folau Fainga'a.
The All Blacks' haka is world-famous but for the man who will lead Ka Mate and Kapo O Pango in Japan, it's the connection with the land, his ancestors and teammates that's important rather than putting on a show for the crowd.
On the eve of the Rugby World Cup, Tom Hamilton assesses how far the game has come and how far it still has to go in its understanding of the most prevalent -- and damaging -- injury in rugby.
Michael Cheika has described the Wallabies' lead-up to the Rugby World Cup as "perfect" but that has only muddied the selection waters for their opening Test against Fiji.
Michael Cheika's Wallabies tenure began with a dream run to the 2015 World Cup final. But four years on the coach has little more to show for his efforts than an instinct for survival which is about to boil over in Japan.
Legendary flanker George Smith wants Wallabies coach Michael Cheika to persist with his recent back row combination, even if it means putting David Pocock on the bench.
Australia fly-half Bernard Foley will join Japanese Top League side Kubota Spears after the World Cup, the club announced on Thursday.
We're now just a week out from the start of Rugby World Cup 2019 with the Wallabies' opening game set down for Sept. 21. Michael Cheika's team begins its campaign against Fiji, for which the selectors still have some decisions to make.
Everything happens earlier in Super Rugby next year in changes that SANZAAR hopes will make the faltering product more successful in the Australian marketplace.
Marika Koroibete's devastating form coupled with Samu Kerevi's power-running and Isi Naisarani's ball-carrying has the Wallabies' Fjiian influence at an all-time high, just in time for their World Cup opener against ... Fiji.
David Pocock got through a solid 58 minutes as the Wallabies wrapped up their preparations for the Rugby World Cup with a less-than-convincing 19-point victory over Samoa at Bankwest Stadium.
The Wallabies wrapped up their preparations for the Rugby World Cup in Japan with a less-than-convincing 34-15 victory over Samoa at Bankwest Stadium on Saturday night.
Wallabies coach Michael Cheika says champion flanker David Pocock is 100 percent fit, but unlikely to play the full match when he captains Australia in their Rugby World Cup warm-up Test against Samoa.
Backline veteran Adam Ashley-Cooper is excited about Australia's prospects, describing the 2019 group as the most connected of the four Wallabies World Cup squads in which he's been selected.
David Pocock has been named captain of the Wallabies in his injury return when Australia face Samoa on Saturday.
Veteran hooker Tatafu Polota-Nau is set to bring the curtain down on his Wallabies career in Saturday's World Cup warm-up Test against Samoa in Sydney.
Australia prop Sekope Kepu said on Monday he will retire from international rugby after the World Cup in Japan, bringing the curtain down on a Wallabies career that has brought him more than 100 test caps.
World Cup selection bolter Jordan Petaia will return early from the Wallabies camp in New Caledonia with injury and has been ruled out of next week's Test against Samoa.
Veteran Sekope Kepu is proud of the increasing diversity of the Wallabies, with around half of Australia's Rugby World Cup squad of Polynesian and Pacific Island heritage.
It has come to late for Will Skelton this time around, but Rugby Australia boss Raelene Castle has confirmed she is open to tweaking the Giteau Law if it is in the best interests of Australian rugby moving forward.
Sitting in a birthing class alongside his expectant wife, Adam Ashley-Cooper thought Matt Giteau was ringing up for a yarn. But his great mate had some special news of his own to relay.
- AUS2ndTries Scored 1st South Africa : 11 Tries ScoredSA1st911
- AUS2ndPoints Difference 1st South Africa : 51 Points DifferenceSA1st951