The last time these two teams met at this stage was in the very first World Cup in 1987 where Wales scraped home a one point victory.
"Obviously, both teams were disappointed after the weekend," said Horwill. "But the beauty about this game is you get a chance to right some wrongs from last weekend and finish the tournament on a positive note.
"They (Wales) like to play an expansive game of rugby, which they have shown at this tournament.
"They've played some fantastic rugby this whole tournament, and their defensive structures, the way they go about things, is some of the best this tournament has had."
"They get around the field well and they are a team in general that attack the rucks hard in attack and defence.
"They've got some real threats in their back-line. Their centres are arguably the hardest running centres in the tournament, and that gets them on the front foot a lot of the time. Off the back of that, they've got guys with a lot of pace."
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