From the Sidelines with #JohnOnTour

Ronnie the Hamster predicts the Rugby World Cup match outcomes

Meet Ronnie R Hamster, that "R" is for rugby. For a hamster he is one of the games biggest fans and he will be making predictions for how the Boks will do at the Rugby World Cup.

It is the big one, the go-big-or-go-home of the Rugby World Cup final. New Zealand take on Australia, both have been World Champions twice before, a record they share with South Africa, but the winner for this one takes the new record for being the only nation to have won the World Cup three times.

The other game settles the 3rd and 4th places and the Springboks will face Argentina for that.

Ronnie's second set of predictions covered the Boks v USA match and the Georgia v Namibia match and after 4 games, his 100% track record is still in tack.

His first predictions were for the South Africa v Scotland game and the England v Australia game. So far he has a 100% record.

You can follow him on Twitter @RonnieHamster


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