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Ireland-Scotland decisive, Australia on brink of collapse: Where and when to watch the final group matches this weekend?

Ireland-Scotland decisive, Australia on brink of collapse: Where and when to watch the final group matches this weekend?

Three of the four groups in this Rugby World Cup will give their verdict this Saturday October 7 and Sunday October 8, 2023. Here’s a fascinating project!

Team XV of France has completed its tour, Friday October 6, 2023, with a Blues win over Italy (60-7). But three of the other four chickens will host this fall weekend, with big lessons to learn. Here is the program.

Who will face the Blues?

If Fabien Galthié’s troops end their first round in front, they will be more focused on the screen this Saturday. At 9 p.m., Ireland take on Scotland : This match will seal the fate of Pool B… and therefore define the opposition Who will cross swords with the Blues, in the quarterfinals. It could be the two warriors of the evening, but also South Africa. As a reminder, once France finishes top of its group, it will face the finishing nation Second in Division B.

A relegated Australia?

Another key game on this last day of the group stage: Fiji – Portugal, Group C. In the event of a win, on Sunday, The Fijians will take second place from Australia, will join the Welsh in the quarter-finals, but above all: they will eliminate the Wallabies in the first round. It simply isn’t Never happened Rugby World Cup in history!

Finally, If England Group D has confirmed its eligibility, while the second ticket has yet to find a buyer. Argentina and JapanTied with 9 points, will also compete on Sunday.

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Tables, Matches…

These are the last two days of the group stage so I promise Should be thrilling. There are six competitions in the programme. Here’s how the weekend unfolded:

Saturday 7 October:

  • Wales v Georgia, 3pm (France 2, Nantes)
  • England v Samoa, 5:45pm (France 2, Lille)
  • Ireland v Scotland, 9pm (TF1, Saint-Denis)

Sunday, October 8:

  • Japan v Argentina, 1pm (M6, Nantes)
  • Tonga v Romania, 5:45pm (M6, Lille)
  • PG v Portugal, 9pm (M6, Toulouse)