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Day 3: U-20 World Cup Officials

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There are crucial matches in Round 3 as it will decide the four teams to contest the championship semifinals.

By Paul Dobson, Moonsport

The four teams are made up by each of the pool winners and the best second-placed team.

That means that the most obviously crucial matches are New Zealand vs Australia and South Africa vs France.

Standings with match points from the first two rounds in brackets

Pool A: New Zealand (10), Australia (6), Wales (4), Japan (0).
Pool B: England (10), Argentina (5), Italy (5), Scotland (1)
Pool C: South Africa (10), France (9), Ireland (1), Georgia (1)

Fixtures with Match Officials

Pool A
Wales vs Japan in Perpignan
Referee: Andrea Piardi (Italy)
assistant referees: Egon Seconds (South Africa), Jonathan Gasnier (France)
Television match official: Graham Hughes (England)

New Zealand vs Australia in Perpignan
Referee: Karl Dickson (England)
assistant referees: Egon Seconds (South Africa), Jonathan Gasnier (France)
Television match official: Graham Hughes (England)

Pool B
Italy vs Argentina in Béziers
Referee: Sean Gallagher (Ireland)
assistant referees: Ludovic Cayre (France), Luc Ramos (France)
Television match official: Philippe Bonhoure (France)

England vs Scotland in Béziers
Referee: Damon Murphy (Australia)
assistant referees: Ludovic Cayre (France), Mathieu Noirot (France)
Television match official: Philippe Bonhoure (France)

Pool C
Ireland vs Georgia in Narbonne
Referee: Jamie Nutbrown (New Zealand)
assistant referees: Pali Deluca (Argentina), Flavien Hourquet (France)
Television match official: Shane McDermott (New Zealand)

South Africa vs France in Narbonne
Referee: Dan Jones (Wales)
assistant referees: Pali Deluca (Argentina), Vincent Blasco Baque (France)
Television match official: Shane McDermott (New Zealand) 

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