Rugby World Cup Quarter Finals 2019

by | Oct 16, 2019 | Sport Events | 0 comments

If you are the Rugby enthusiast, you would know that roar this year’s Rugby World Cup has been creating, and teams have even played their best to reach the quarter-finals. But to add to the top, Typhoon Hagibis has canceled two games and has the authority to decide the teams for the last eight matches. In this article, we have added all the details of the teams from 20 countries around the world. So, let’s have a look!

The Rugby World Cup 2019 is being played in Japan. Up till now, the match of New Zealand VS Italy, Canada VS Namibia, and England VS France has been canceled. Each team will be awarded two extra points, which has qualified South Africa and New Zealand for the pool B of quarter-finals. England and France have qualified for Pool C in quarter-finals.

The Fixtures

  • On 19th October at 8:15 AM BST, England and Australia will play against each other
  • On 19th October at 11:15 AM BST, Ireland and New Zealand will play against each other
  • On 20th October at 8:15 AM BST, Wales and France will play against each other
  • On 19th October at 11:15 AM BST, South Africa and Japan will play against each other

Pool Stages – Pool A

Match 1

Japan 30 and Russia 10 played on 20th September in Tokyo Stadium

Match 2

Ireland 27 and Scotland 3 played on 22nd September in International Yokohama Stadium

Match 3

Russia 9 and Samoa 34 played on 24th September in Kumagaya Rugby Stadium

Match 4

Japan 19 and Ireland 12 played on 28th September in Shizuoka Stadium

Match 5

Samoa 0 and Scotland 34 played on 30th September in Kobe Misaki Stadium

Match 6

Russia 0 and Ireland 35 played on 3rd October in Kobe Misaki Stadium

Match 7

Samoa 19 and Japan 38 played on 5th October in City of Toyota

Match 8

Russia 0 and Scotland 61 played on 9th October in Shizuoka Stadium

Match 9

Samoa 5 and Ireland 47 played on 12th October in Fukuoka Hakatanomori Stadium

Match 10

Scotland 21 and Japan 28 played on 13th October in International Stadium Yokohama 

Pool Stages – Pool B

Match 1

New Zealand 23 and South Africa 13 played at International Stadium Yokohama on 21st September

Match 2

Italy 47 and Namibia 22 played at Hanazono Rugby Stadium on 22nd September

Match 3

Italy 48 and Canada 7 played at Fukuoka Hakatanomori Stadium on 26th September

Match 4

South Africa 57 and Namibia 3 played at City of Toyota Stadium on 28th September

Match 5

New Zealand and 63 Canada played at Oita Stadium on 2nd October

Match 6

South Africa 49 and Italy 3 played at Shizuoka Stadium Ecopa on 4th October

Match 7

New Zealand 71 and Namibia 9 played at Tokyo Stadium on 6th October

Match 8

South Africa 66 and Canada 7 played at Kobe Misaki Stadium on 8th October

Match 9

New Zealand vs. Italy was canceled by  Typhoon Hagibis

Match 10

Namibia vs. Canada was canceled by Typhoon Hagibis

Pool Stage – Pool C

Match 1

France 23 and Argentina 21 played at Tokyo Stadium on 21st September

Match 2

England 35 and Tonga 3 played at Sapporo Dome on 22nd September

Match 3

England 45 and USA 7 played at Kobe Misaki Stadium on 26th September

Match 4

Argentina 28 and Tonga 12 played at Hanazono Rugby Stadium on 28th September

Match 5

France 33 and USA 9 played at Fukuoka Hakatanomori Stadium on 2nd October

Match 6

England 39 and Argentina 10 at Tokyo Stadium on 5th October

Match 7

France 23 and Tonga 21 played at Kumamoto Stadium on 6th October

Match 8

Argentina 47 and USA 17 played at Kumagaya Rugby Stadium on 9th October

Match 9

England vs. France was canceled by Typhoon Hagibis

Match 10

USA 19 and Tonga 31 played at Hanazono Rugby Stadium on 13th October

Pool Stage – Pool D

Match 1

Australia 39 and Fiji 21 played at Sapporo Dome on 21st September

Match 2

Wales 43 and Georgia 14 played at City of Toyota Stadium on 23rd September

Match 3

Fiji 27 and Uruguay 30 played at Kamaishi Recovery Memorial Stadium on 25th September

Match 4

Georgia 33 and Uruguay 7 played at Kumagaya Rugby Stadium on 29th September

Match 5

Australia 25 and Wales 29 played at Tokyo Stadium on 29th September

Match 6

Georgia 10 and Fiji 45 played at Hanazono Rugby Stadium on 3rd October

Match 7

Australia 45 and Uruguay 10 played at Oita Stadium on 5th October

Match 8

Wales 29 and Fiji 17 played at Oita Stadium on 9th October

Match 9

Australia 27 and Georgia 8 played at Shizuoka Stadium Ecopa on 11th October

Match 10

Wales 35 and Uruguay 13 played at Kumamoto Stadium on 13th October

The quarter-finals contain four captivating matches and all take place this weekend,

  • England vs Australia on Saturday 19th October
  • New Zealand vs Ireland Saturday 19th October
  • Wales vs France Sunday 20th October
  • Japan vs South Africa Sunday 20th October

The semi-finalists are yet to be decided and will be played on 26th to 27th October, and the final will be played on 2nd November.

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