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Day 1, Saturday 06 February 2016
11:00, Fiji 7s vs Samoa 7s
11:22, Argentina 7s vs France 7s
11:44, South Africa 7s vs Scotland 7s
12:06, Kenya 7s vs Russia 7s
12:28, England 7s vs Japan 7s
12:50, USA 7s vs Wales 7s
13:12, New Zealand 7s vs Canada 7s
13:34, Australia 7s vs Portugal 7s
14:18, Fiji 7s vs France 7s
14:40, Argentina 7s vs Samoa 7s
15:02, South Africa 7s vs Russia 7s
15:24, Kenya 7s vs Scotland 7s
16:26, England 7s vs Wales 7s
16:48, USA 7s vs Japan 7s
17:10, New Zealand 7s vs Portugal 7s
17:32. Australia 7s vs Canada 7s
17:59, Samoa 7s vs France 7s
18:21, Fiji 7s vs Argentina 7s
18:43, Scotland 7s vs Russia 7s
19:05, South Africa 7s vs Kenya 7s
19:57, Japan 7s vs Wales 7s
20:19, England 7s vs USA 7s
20:41, Canada 7s vs Portugal 7s
21:03, New Zealand 7s vs Australia 7s
IT is fast, furious and highly entertaining.
Rugby Sevens hits Sydney this weekend for a leg of the World Rugby Sevens Series.
And it’s going to be big.
Sellout crowds, big names, action aplenty and hopefully some good weather to boot.
Here’s our ultimate guide to the event which includes expert tips, the pools, the schedule, links to great news stories and more.
What: HSBC Sydney 7s.
When: February 6-7
Where: Allianz Stadium.
What: 45 Rugby 7s matches.
Who: 16 teams across four pools.
TV: Fox Sports
Brace yourself. This rugby like you have never seen it before.
Sydney hosts its first ever leg of the World Sevens Series this weekend at Allianz Stadium and before a ball has even been kicked, the tournament has dropped a few jaws already.
The two-day Sydney Sevens sold out entirely three weeks ago, and spare or re-sold tickets are already hotly sought after.
Little wonder. The weekend should be a blast, with a fancy dress theme and partying on the field and in the stands.
Sevens is a fast-paced format where tries a try is scored, on average, every two minutes and hits are as ferocious as any code you’d care to mention.
Australia will be one of 12 teams who’ll play sevens at the Rio Olympics later this year.
The long-time powerhouse of the format are Fiji and New Zealand, and the Kiwis are this year boosted by a handful of 15s stars who hope to crack a gig to Rio. Akira Ioane, Liam Messam and some small-timer called Sonny Bill Williams.
But pacy South Africa are currently the top dogs of the world series, and the great thing about sevens is a team like Kenya, Portugal or the USA can beat all of the above on the day.
Australia are a team just outside “the big three”, but with veteran Ed Jenkins, speedster Cam Clark and 15s hopeful Henry Speight, the Aussies are looking to take the next golden step.