Video: Rugby World Cup predictions

Finding Public Predictions. Photo: Supplied
Finding Public Predictions. Photo: Supplied

Story by Stevee-Jayde Arkell, Laura Barker and Cain Duff.

Four years ago New Zealand hosted one of the sporting world’s greatest events – the Rugby World Cup.

2011 saw a nail-biting victory for the All Blacks after they won the grand final test against France at Eden Park. The game had Kiwis worldwide on the edge of their seats, full of anxiety and with a score of 7-8 to the ABs, it’s no wonder that was the case for die-hard rugby fans.

Fast forward four years, the Cup now resides in England – that is until we see which country wins the 2015 title. Will the All Blacks be the first team to win the Cup back-to-back, or will the famous trophy find a new home?

With less than 24 hours to go before the 2015 Rugby World Cup kick-off at Twickenham Stadium, England, the Newsbeat team finds out who the Auckland public are supporting:

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