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Tuesday Sep 23 18:16 AEST
Will Genia. (Getty)
Will Genia has highlighted the enormity of the Wallabies' Newlands assignment, warning that South Africa will be at the peak of their powers.

The Wallabies will travel to South Africa for their next Rugby Championship match. (AAP)
The Wallabies are hopeful they can end a Cape Town winning drought in their upcoming Rugby Championship Test against the Springboks.

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