5 Reasons Why Namibia Can Break Their World Cup Duck in 2015

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5 Reasons Why Namibia Can Break Their World Cup Duck in 2015
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Namibia have never won a Rugby World Cup match. They also hold the record loss at the tournament, a 142-0 defeat at the Adelaide Oval against hosts Australia in 2003.

Namibia needed to beat Madagascar by 53 points on Sunday in their final qualifying match to appear at the 2015 World Cup, and ran out 89-10 victors. Their World Cup hopes rest on their strong collective spirit and their handful of international-class players.

Breaking their World Cup duck will be a stiff challenge, but here are five reasons they can do it.

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