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Rugby World Cup 2023: Results, fixtures, kick-off times, TV and odds


Rugby World Cup 2023: Results, fixtures, kick-off times, TV and odds


he Rugby World Cup is in full swing with matchday two now up and running as France returned to the top of Pool A with victory over Uruguay.

A much-changed Les Blues were almost made to pay for their nonchalance by the South Americans, who pushed the tournament hosts all the way before eventually going down 27-12 in Lille.

New Zealand face Namibia in Toulouse on Friday before Wales and Ireland return to action on Saturday, against Portugal and Tonga respectively.

Sunday sees South Africa face Romania before Australia face Figi. The round finishes with an intriguing clash between England and Japan.

Rugby World Cup 2023 fixtures and results

All times BST, unless stated

Pool A

Friday, September 8

France 27-13 New Zealand

Saturday, September 9

Italy 52-8 Namibia

Thursday, September 14

France 27-12 Uruguay

Friday, September 15

New Zealand vs Namibia (Stadium de Toulouse, 8pm, ITV4)

Wednesday, September 20

Italy vs Uruguay (Stade de Nice, 4:45pm, ITV4)

Thursday, September 21

France vs Namibia (Stade Velodrome, 8pm, ITV4)

Wednesday, September 27

Uruguay vs Namibia (OL Stadium, 4:45pm, ITV4)

Friday, September 29

New Zealand vs Italy (OL Stadium, 8pm, ITV1)

Thursday, October 5

New Zealand vs Uruguay (OL Stadium, 8pm, ITV1)

Friday, October 6

France vs Italy (OL Stadium, 8pm, ITV1)

Pool B

Saturday, September 9

Ireland 82-8 Romania

Sunday, September 10

South Africa 18-3 Scotland

Saturday, September 16

Ireland vs Tonga (Stade de la Beaujoire, 8pm, ITV1)

Sunday, September 17

South Africa vs Romania (Stade de Bordeaux, 2pm, ITV1)

Saturday, September 23

South Africa vs Ireland (Stade de France, 8pm, ITV1)

Sunday, September 24

Scotland vs Tonga (Stade de Nice, 4:45pm, ITV1)

Saturday, September 30

Scotland vs Romania (Stade Pierre-Mauroy, 8pm, ITV)

Sunday, October 1

South Africa vs Tonga (Stade Velodrome, 8pm, ITV1)

Saturday, October 7

Ireland vs Scotland (Stade de France, 8pm, ITV1)

Sunday, October 8

Tonga vs Romania (Stade Pierre-Mauroy, 4:45pm, ITV3)

Pool C

Saturday, September 9

Australia 35-15 Georgia

Sunday, September 10

Wales 32-26 Fiji

Saturday, September 16

Wales vs Portugal (Stade de Nice, 4:45pm, ITV1)

Sunday, September 17

Australia vs Fiji (Stade Geoffroy-Guichard, 4:45pm, ITV1)

Saturday, September 23

Georgia vs Portugal (Stadium de Toulouse, 1pm, ITV1)

Sunday, September 24

Wales vs Australia (OL Stadium, 8pm, ITV1)

Saturday, September 30

Fiji vs Georgia (Stade de Bordeaux, 4:45pm, ITV1)

Sunday, October 1

Australia vs Portugal (Stade Geoffroy-Guichard, 4:45pm, ITV1)

Saturday, October 7

Wales vs Georgia (Stade de la Beaujoire, 2pm, ITV1)

Sunday, October 8

Fiji vs Portugal (Stadium de Toulouse, 8pm, ITV4)

Pool D

Saturday, September 9

England 27-10 Argentina

Sunday, September 10

Japan 42-12 Chile

Saturday, September 16

Samoa vs Chile (Stade de Bordeaux, 2pm, ITV4)

Sunday, September 17

England vs Japan (Stade de Nice, 8pm, ITV1)

Friday, September 22

Argentina vs Samoa (Stade Geoffroy-Guichard, 4:45pm, ITV1)

Saturday, September 23

England vs Chile (Stade Pierre-Mauroy, 4:45pm, ITV1)

Thursday, September 28

Japan vs Samoa (Stadium de Toulouse, 8pm, ITV4)

Saturday, September 30

Argentina vs Chile (Stade de la Beaujoire, 2pm, ITV1)

Saturday, October 7

England vs Samoa (Stade Pierre-Mauroy, 4:45pm, ITV1)

Sunday, October 8

Japan vs Argentina (Stade de la Beaujoire, 12pm, ITV1)


Saturday, October 14

Winner of Pool C vs Runner-up of Pool D (Stade Velodrome, 4pm, ITV1)

Winner of Pool B vs Runner-up of Pool A (Stade de France, 8pm, ITV1)

Sunday, October 15

Winner of Pool D vs Runner-up of Pool C (Stade Velodrome, 4pm, ITV1)

Winner of Pool A vs Runner-up of Pool B (Stade de France, 8pm, ITV1)


Friday, October 20

Winner of quarter-final 1 vs Winner of quarter-final 2 (Stade de France, 8pm, ITV1)

Saturday, October 21

Winner of quarter-final 3 vs Winner of quarter-final 4 (Stade de France, 8pm, ITV1)

Bronze final

Friday, October 27

Loser of semi-final 1 vs Loser of semi-final 2 (Stade de France, 8pm, ITV1)


Saturday, October 28

Winner of semi-final 1 vs Winner of semi-final 2 (Stade de France, 8pm, ITV1)

Rugby World Cup 2023 venues

Stade de France, Paris (capacity 80,023)

Stade Velodrome, Marseille (capacity 67,847)

OL Stadium, Lyon (capacity 58,883)

Stade Pierre-Mauroy, Lille (capacity 50,096)

Stade de Bordeaux, Bordeaux (capacity 42,115)

Stade Geoffroy-Guichard, Saint-Etienne (capacity 41,965)

Stade de Nice, Nice (capacity 35,983)

Stade de la Beaujoire, Nantes (capacity 35,520)

Stadium de Toulouse, Toulouse (capacity 33,150)

Rugby World Cup 2023 odds


South Africa – 13/5

France – 3/1

New Zealand – 7/2

Ireland – 5/1

England – 9/1

Australia – 10/1

Wales – 30/1

Argentina – 30/1

Scotland – 60/1

Fiji – 60/1

Japan – 300/1

Italy – 500/1

Samoa – 500/1

Tonga – 500/1

Georgia – 500/1

Namibia – 500/1

Romania – 500/1

Uruguay – 500/1

Chile – 500/1

Portugal – 500/1

Odds via Betfair (subject to change).

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