The Rugby World Cup kicks off on Friday night as hosts Japan square off against Russia. Cameron McMillan runs over the draw for the 40 pool matches to work out which games are worth watching.
|Start Date:||20 September 2019|
|End Date:||4 November 2019|
|No. of nations:||20 (93 qualifying)|
|No. of Matches:||48|
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Australia v Fiji , 4.45pm, Saturday September 21
France v Argentina , 7.15pm Saturday September 21
New Zealand v South Africa , 9.45pm, Saturday September 21
Ireland v Scotland , 7.45pm, Sunday September 22
Australia v Wales , 8.45pm, Sunday September 29
Scotland v Samoa , 11.15pm, Monday September 30
England v Argentina ,9pm, Saturday October 5
Wales v Fiji , 11.45pm, Wednesday October 9
England v France , 9.15pm, Saturday October 12
Ireland v Samoa , 11.45pm Saturday October 12
Every New Zealand fan is going to watch every All Blacks game, it’s the law, but it just would have seemed wrong to call All Blacks v Namibia a ‘must watch’. It’s more of a ‘Please Beauden Barrett don’t get hurt’ kind of watch.
New Zealand v Canada, 11.15pm, Wednesday October 2
New Zealand v Namibia, 5.45pm, Sunday October 6
New Zealand v Italy, 5.45pm, Saturday October 12
Who will host the 2023 Rugby World Cup?
2023 Rugby World Cup. The 2023 Rugby World Cup, to be hosted by France, is scheduled to be the tenth Rugby World Cup, taking place in the year of the 200th anniversary of the ‘invention’ of the sport by William Webb Ellis from 8 September to 21 October. The final will take place at the Stade de France.