BIRMINGHAM, ENGLAND - SEPTEMBER 26: A general view showing a maul between the teams during the 2015 Rugby World Cup Pool B match between South Africa and Samoa at Villa Park on September 26, 2015 in Birmingham, United Kingdom.  (Photo by Richard Heathcote - World Rugby/World Rugby via Getty Images)
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We see so much of the rolling maul in this World Cup, and the reason is simple. It is a low risk, high reward play that is perfect for the percentage rugby that teams will need to play if they want to contend.

As always there is debates about the maul, and this week the guys at the Vodacom Site put two of us together to have a fight about it. Read it here and tell us what you think.