The hidden danger behind Australia’s World Cup pointscoring parades


As Australia has cruised through the group stages of the Rugby League World Cup, it has been easy to think the Kangaroos are on an unstoppable march to yet another title.

It has felt inevitable at times, especially when the Kangaroos were gorging themselves on points in the early stages of the tournament.

There have been some spectacular tries, and Mal Meninga has methodically worked over his squad in an effort to find his best 17. 

But we are at the point where everybody, including the Australian players, would love to see the team get into a real battle.

And while positive results are hard to come by when you’re playing the Kangaroos, history shows that if a side can keep it tight, it is in with every chance of knocking Australia off.

Since 2018, the Kangaroos’ average winning margin has been a whopping 43 points, which is to be expected from the best team in the world, and there is no question about their insatiable appetite for points or their ruthless disposition — they are a team utterly without mercy.


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