Australia 27-8 Georgia: Wallabies labour to Rugby World Cup victory

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Englands probably World Cup final eight competitions Australia laboured over Georgia to triumph in swirling wind and rain.
With Typhoon Hagibis approaching Japan, the Wallabies took 22 minutes to open the scoring.
A slender 10-3 half-time advantage was held by michael Cheikas side and watched Isi Naisarani sin-binned for a high tackle.
A solo score out of Marika Koroibete gave Australia a buffer before Jack Dempsey and Will Genia attempts sealed the win, but Alexander Todua crossed for Georgia.
The bonus-point success takes the Wallabies high in Pool D, though they will be jeopardized by Wales when Warren Gatlands side prevent defeat.
More to follow.
Australia: Beale, Petaia, OConnor, Kerevi, Koroibete, Toomua, White, Sio, Latu, Kepu, Rodda, Arnold, Dempsey, Pocock (capt), Naisarani.
Replacements: Uelese, Slipper, Tupou, Simmons, Salakaia-Loto, Genia, Lealiifano, Haylett-Petty.
Georgia: Matiashvili, Kveseladze, Kacharava, Sharikadze (capt), Todua, Khmaladze, Aprasidze, Nariashvili, Mamukashvilli, Gigashvili, Nemsadze, Mikautadze, Saghinadze, Gorgodze, Gorgadze.
Replacements: Bregvadze Melikidze, Giorgadze, Tkhilaishvili, Lobzhanidze, Malaguradze, Mchedlidze.
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