Rugby World Cup 2023 quarter-final fixtures schedule, date, time, draw, predictions, live stream telecast

Rugby World Cup 2023 quarter-final fixtures schedule, date, time, draw, predictions, live stream telecast

The Rugby World Cup 2023 is well underway with competition set to head into the quarter-finals, check out all the details below including the fixtures draw, schedule, how to watch live, results, venue, teams, odds

Fiji narrowly entered the quarter-finals and will face England, despite losing to Portugal, who secured their first-ever Rugby World Cup win.

Rugby World Cup 2023 quarter-final fixtures schedule, date, time, draw, predictions, results, score and live stream telecast


Aside from Fiji and England, Argentina also secured their quarter-final berth on Sunday, after beating Japan. They will now face against Wales in the quarter-finals, while the other two quarter-finals will feature France vs South Africa and Ireland vs New Zealand.

Rugby World Cup 2023 how to watch live

ITV have secured all the exclusive broadcast rights for the tournament in the UK. As such, the entire tournament is available on their channels while all the knockout fixtures are also available on ITV1. Meanwhile, fans can listen to the radio commentary of every match on the BBC, Radio 5 Live, 5 Sports Extra and the BBC Sounds service. Fans in the USA can watch the tournament live on NBC Sports, while fans in South Africa can watch the live TV coverage on SuperSport.

Rugby World Cup 2023 full fixtures and schedule

Given below is the full fixtures and schedule for the knockout rounds:

Date Fixture Stadium Start-time
Saturday, Oct 14 (QF1) Wales v Argentina Stade de Marseille 4pm
Saturday, Oct 14 (QF2) Ireland v New Zealand Stade de France 8pm
Sunday, Oct 15 (QF3) England v Fiji Stade de Marseille 4pm
Sunday, Oct 15 (QF4) France v South Africa Stade de France 8pm
Friday, Oct 20 Winner QF1 v Winner QF2 Stade de France 8pm
Saturday, Oct 21 Winner QF3 v Winner QF4 Stade de France 8pm
Bronze medal match
Friday, Oct 27 TBD Stade de France 8pm
Saturday, Oct 28 TBD Stade de France 8pm

Rugby World Cup 2023 pool-stage results

Date Fixture and results
Friday, Sept 8 France 27 New Zealand 13
Saturday, Sept 9 Italy 52 Namibia 8
Saturday, Sept 9 Ireland 82 Romania 8
Saturday, Sept 9 Australia 35 Georgia 15
Saturday, Sept 9 England 27 Argentina 10
Sunday, Sept 10 Japan 42 Chile 12
Sunday, Sept 10 South Africa 18 Scotland 3
Sunday, Sept 10 Wales 32 Fiji 26
Thursday, Sept 14 France 27 Uruguay 12
Friday, Sept 15 New Zealand 71 Namibia 3
Saturday, Sept 16 Samoa 43 Chile 10
Saturday, Sept 16 Wales 28 Portugal 8
Saturday, Sept 16 Ireland 59 Tonga 16
Sunday, Sept 17 South Africa 76 Romania 0
Sunday, Sept 17 Australia 15 v Fiji 22
Sunday, Sept 17 England 34 Japan 12
Wednesday, Sept 20 Italy 38 Uruguay 17
Thursday, Sept 21 France 96 Namibia 0
Friday, Sept 22 Argentina 19 Samoa 10
Saturday, Sept 23 Georgia 18 Portugal 18
Saturday, Sept 23 England 71 Chile 0
Saturday, Sept 23 South Africa 8 Ireland 13
Sunday, Sept 24 Scotland 45 Tonga 17
Sunday, Sept 24 Wales 40 Australia 6
Wednesday, Sept 27 Uruguay 36 Namibia 26
Thursday, Sept 28 Japan 28 Samoa 22
Friday, Sept 29 New Zealand 96 Italy 17
Saturday, Sept 30 Argentina 59 Chile 5
Saturday, Sept 30 Fiji 17 Georgia 12
Saturday, Sept 30 Scotland 84 Romania 0
Sunday, Oct 1 Australia 34 Portugal 14
Sunday, Oct 1 South Africa 49 Tonga 18
Thursday, Oct 5 New Zealand 73 Uruguay 0
Friday, Oct 6 France 60 Italy 7
Saturday, Oct 7 Wales 43 Georgia 19
Saturday, Oct 7 England 18 Samoa 17
Saturday, Oct 7 Ireland 36 Scotland 14
Sunday, Oct 8 Japan 27 Argentina 39
Sunday, Oct 8 Tonga 45 Romania 24
Sunday, Oct 8 Fiji 23 Portugal 24

Rugby World Cup 2023 venue

Given below is the list of the nine stadiums and the nine cities hosting the Rugby World Cup 2023:

Stadium Capacity City
Stade de France 80,698 Saint-Denis, Paris
Stade de Marseille 67,394 Marseille
OL Stadium 59,186 Lyon
Stade Pierre-Mauroy 50,186 Lille
Stade de Bordeaux 42,115 Bordeaux
Stade Geoffroy-Guichard 41,965 Saint-Étienne
Stade de Nice 35,624 Nice
Stade de la Beaujoire 35,322 Nantes
Stade de Toulouse 33,150 Toulouse

Rugby World Cup 2023 teams

The tournament started off with a total of 20 qualified teams split across four pools of five each. Each pool of teams will have one team from the five ‘bands’. Band one consist of the four highest-ranked teams including South Africa, New Zealand, England, and Wales. Meanwhile, Band two consists of the next four highest-ranked teams, which include Ireland, Australia, France, and Japan. Band three consists of Scotland, Argentina, Fiji, and Italy. The 12 countries from each of these first three bands automatically qualified for the tournament based on their world ranking.

Meanwhile, the other two bands consist of the countries who entered the tournament via the qualifying rounds, which include. The teams include Samoa, Georgia, Uruguay, Tonga, Namibia, Romania, Chile, and Portugal. With the competition now at the quarter-finals stage, the eight remaining countries are England, Ireland, Wales, France, New Zealand, South Africa, Argentina and Fiji.

Rugby World Cup 2023 best team latest odds

Given below are the odds for the most favorable team at the upcoming Rugby World Cup 2023:

Country Odds
France 3/1
Ireland 3/1
South Africa 7/2
New Zealand 7/2
England 16/1
Wales 28/1
Argentina 50/1
Fiji 80/1

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