SuperSport for Rugby World Cup coverage

By Editor   |   18 September 2015   |   5:00 am  

Rugby-hostelbookersLEWIS “Mad Dog” Moody, who arrives in Johannesburg tomorrow to do duty for SuperSport, expects a grand spectacle when the World Cup kicks off, with England and Ireland pushing the southern hemisphere giants hardest.

A World Cup winner with England in 2003, Moody says hae expects no change from the World Cup tradition of teams that stick to what got them to the competition, in terms of playing style, ultimately being the most successful.



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