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Tries from Phillips, North, Faletau and replacement Owens gave the Welsh a much needed boost having not won in the autumn internationals since beating the same opposition four years ago

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The Northampton Saints player had already been ruled out of this weekend's clash with New Zealand

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Wales v Argentina: Toby Faletau happy to buck the trend after rejecting France approach to remain with the Newport Gwent Dragons

Wales centre Jonathan Davies was the latest to announce a move across the channel earlier this week but Faletau will remain in Wales until at least 2016

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England v Argentina: Stuart Lancaster still has decisions to make on crucial positions

England's coach needs a settled spine to his team for the coming challenge but questions remain over the No 9

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Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero claims his goals are only important if it results in victory

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