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Rugby World Cup Fixtures
Last updated 24th September 2015, based on information from ITV:
(all times are in British Time)
Thursday, 24th September 2015
20:00 New Zealand v Namibia on ITV
Friday, 25th September 2015
16:45 Argentina v Georgia on ITV4
Saturday, 26th September 2015
14:30 Italy v Canada on ITV
16:45 South Africa v Samoa on ITV
20:00 England v Wales on ITV
Sunday, 27th September 2015
12:00 Australia v Uruguay on ITV
14:30 Scotland v USA on ITV
16:45 Ireland v Romania on ITV
Tuesday 29th September 2015
16:45 Tonga v Namibia on ITV4
Thurs 1st October 2015 ITV4
16:45 Wales v Fiji on ITV
20:00 France v Canada on ITV4
Friday 2nd October 2015
20:00 New Zealand v Georgia on ITV
Saturday 3rd October 2015
14:30 Samoa v Japan on ITV
16:45 South Africa v Scotland on ITV
20:00 England v Australia on ITV
Sunday 4th October 2015
14:30 Argentina v Tonga on ITV
16:45 Ireland vs Italy on ITV
Tuesday 6th October 2015
16:45 Canada v Romania on ITV4
20:00 Fiji v Uruguay on ITV4
Wednesday 7th October 2015
16:45 South Africa v USA on ITV
20:00 Namibia v Georgia on ITV4
Friday 9th October 2015
20:00 New Zealand v Tonga on ITV4
Saturday 10th October 2015
14:30 Samoa v Scotland on ITV
16:45 Australia v Wales on ITV
20:00 England v Uruguay on ITV
Sunday 11th October 2015
12:00 Argentina v Namibia on ITV
14:30 Italy v Romania on ITV
16:45 France v Ireland on ITV
20:00 USA v Japan on ITV4
Who Will Come Out On Top?
Will New Zealand defend their 2011 win? Or could 2015 be England’s time to shine?
Leave a comment and let us know your top picks and predictions!