The coach that led England to victory in the 2003 Rugby World Cup has backed Australia to be this year's champions.
Sir Clive Woodward told ITV News that this year's tournament has been "magic" for the Australian side, and personally thinks that they will beat New Zealand in tomorrow's final at Twickenham.
Sir Woodward said the Wallabies' "amazing" players David Pocock and Michael Hooper could be the edge Australia needs to take home the title.
The former England coach also told ITV News that England's disappointing result in this year's tournament was down to the type of players selected.
The final is scheduled to kick-off at 4.00pm on Saturday at Twickenham.
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Sir Clive Woodward is quitting his role with the British Olympic Association after six years as Team GB's Director of Sport. Woodward says he wants to focus instead on coaching, corporate speaking other business interests.
In a statement he said: "I have enjoyed being a part of Team GB enormously. To have been involved in three Olympic Games, Beijing 2008, Vancouver 2010 and especially London 2012, and chef de mission for the 1st Youth Winter Games in Innsbruck this year, has been an amazing experience."