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Rugby World Cup 2019 – Schedules, Players to watch, Latest news

Rugby World Cup 2019 – Schedules, Players to watch, Latest news

Rugby World Cup 2019 starts soon. The tournament, which will be the ninth Rugby World Cup, is going to be held in Japan this year. It will start on September 20 and end on November 2. There will be 20 nations to compete in this tournament. You can take a look at the Rugby World Cup 2019 groups below:

Group A

Group B

Group C

Group D

Ireland

New Zealand

England

Australia

Scotland

South Africa

France

Wales

Japan

Italy

Argentina

Georgia

Russia

Namibia

USA

Fiji

Samoa

Canada

Tonga

Uruguay

Who are the favorites?

There have been only 4 champions in the Rugby World Cup history. Amongst the most successful national teams in Rugby World Cup, we’ve listed you the favorites for this tournament. Two times champions South Africa (currently ranked 4th), one-time champions England (currently ranked 3rd), two times champions Australia (currently ranked 6th), three times champions New Zealand (currently ranked 2nd) and Ireland (currently ranked 1st) are amongst the teams projected to advance to the finals.

Players to watch

There are so many Rugby stars who will sweat for their country in this tournament. It is no secret that Josua Tuisova is one of them. 25-year-old Fijian star currently is a member of Lyon. In his short career, there are many stories to be told and successes to be proud of. He won the gold medal in 2016 Olympics with Fiji.

Jonny May is another star participating in this tournament. Born in 1990, he is one of the biggest stars in England Premiership. He currently plays for Leicester Tigers. There is no doubt that England expects so much from him in this tournament.

30-year-old Aaron Smith will be playing for the favorites of this tournament. He has been in every New Zealand squad since 2013 and his career is full of achievements. 6 times winner of the Rugby Championship will surely make a name for himself in this tournament as well.

Schedule

The quarter-finals will be played on October 19-20. Those who will advance to the semi-finals will come out on the pitch on October 26-27. The Bronze Final will be played on November 1. And most importantly the final will be on November 2. If you are a fan of this sport, hurry up and find yourself a bookmaker that offers the best odds for Rugby World Cup 2019. We advise you to open original Bet365 account via betting broker!