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11:45 p.m. – The matches at home follow Sunday
The last matches before the quarter-finals of the Rugby World Cup continue on Sunday October 8. À 1 p.m., Japan will meet Argentina, while Tonga will face Romania at home. 5:45 p.m. Finally, 9 p.m., Fiji will play against Portugal.
The last match of Group B delivered its verdict this Saturday. Ireland outperformed Scotland (36-14) and therefore finished first in Pool B ahead of South Africa. Consequently, the Clover XV will face New Zealand in the quarter-final while the Blues will face the Springboks.
22:15 – Who are the countries already there? qualified for the quarter-finals?
Before the quarter-finals of the Rugby World Cup, which will begin on October 14, some are already there. qualified. This is the case of France and New Zealand. Wales and England are also qualified.
20:45 – What you need to know before the Ireland-Scotland clash
Ireland and Scotland face each other as part of the Rugby World Cup on Saturday October 7 at the Stade de France. Ireland, favorite for the World Cup after beating South Africa, is still not qualified. The Clover XV has not lost against the Scots since 2017. The result of this contested game will have an impact on the rest of the tournament for the Blues, who will face the second in this group in the quarter-finals.
7:15 p.m. – When will France's quarter-final take place?
The French XV will play their quarter-final, Sunday October 15, at the Stade de France, at the Stade de France. 9 p.m. First in Group A ahead of New Zealand, the Blues do not yet know their opponent. Depending on the results of the Ireland-Scotland match on Saturday October 7, the French players could meet South Africa, Ireland or Scotland.
17:45 – England-Samoa match kicks off
England meets Samoa, Saturday 7 October at home Lille. The XV de la Rose, which had five defeats in its six matches before the Rugby World Cup, relaunched by gaining momentum to string together three successes. Already qualified, they will try to beat Samoa before the quarter-finals.
17:02 – Wales wins against England Georgia
First in their group, Wales dominated Georgia (43-19), Saturday October 7. Wales dominated, but let their opponents lose. return to Georgia 5 points in the second period. The XV du Poireau got back to the task. a hat-trick by Rees-Zammit and an essay by North à the mermaid to get rid of the trap set by the Lelos. The Leek XV finishes this phase undefeated.
4:15 p.m. – This Saturday's matches
In addition to the Wales-Georgia match, two other matches are planned as part of the Rugby World Cup. À 5:45 p.m., England will face Samoa. The XV of the Rose, already assured to finish at the top of Pool D, will be able to test themselves before the direct elimination phase. Finally, the big shock of this World Cup group day will take place between Ireland, favorite of the competition, and Scotland. À At the end of this match, France will know its opponent in the quarter-finals.
3:30 p.m. – Antoine Dupont "in great shape" physics
Karim Ghezal, coach in charge of the French team's sidelines, indicated, Saturday October 7, that Antoine Dupont, who has been suffering from a fractured jaw for two weeks, was in "great shape". "His physical qualities are impressive. He worked well. physically: a lot of racing, a lot of speed, these are his strong points,” said the coach, reports France info. The French XV player has an appointment on Monday October 9 with Professor Frédéric Lauwers, a specialist in maxillofacial surgery who operated on him. It is he who will decide whether Antoine Dupont can return to the field or not.
14:45 – Soon the kick-off of the Wales-Gé match ;orgy
Wales, already qualified for the quarter-finals of the Rugby World Cup, they meet Georgia. The kick-off will be given at 3 p.m., at La Beaujoire stadium Nantes. Even though Georgia is already Eliminated from the World Cup, a victory for Wales would allow the Leek XV to avoid a major opponent in the quarter-finals: England.
14:01 – Damian Penaud is here "100%" of its shape
À Following the France-Italy match at the Rugby World Cup on Friday October 6, France XV player Damian Penaud was seen limping around following a tackle. "Everything is fine," Karim Ghezal, co-coach of the Blues, Saturday October 7. "He took a slight blow to the shin. All the players went to the medical this morning […] Damian is at the hospital. 100%,” he concluded.
1:15 p.m. – Ange Capuozzo is out with a concussion
Ange Capuozzo received "a blow to the eye" during the Rugby World Cup match against the Blues on Friday October 6. He did not respond favorably to the concussion protocol, indicated coach Kieran Crowley. replaced by Lorenzo Pani àgrave; in the 31st minute, specifies RMC.
12:30 – The defense of the Blues in the sights of Fabien Galthié
Fabien Galthié, coach of the French XV, is satisfied with the score (60-7) obtained by France against Italy, for the Rugby World Cup, Friday October 6. "Our defense is progressing," he judged, before adding that all the teams have "very airtight" defenses. "We are looking to collect as few points as possible,” he concluded.
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— France Rugby (@FranceRugby) October 7, 2023
11:45 – The XV of France will be back at home training on Monday
After their victory against Italy, Friday October 6, which allowed them to qualify for the quarter-finals of the Rugby World Cup, the players of the French XV will return to Italy. training Monday October 9, reports L'Éequipe. They will find themselves at noon to Rueil-Malmaison.
11:00 – Thirteen million spectators watching the France-Italy match
The Rugby World Cup match which took place took place on Friday October 6, between France and Italy, brought together 13 million viewers, with a peak at 14.5 million, announced TF1 on social networks, Saturday October 7. This is the second best audience of the year for the channel.