AFTER more than a month of competition, England have made the final of the Rugby World Cup. Eddie Jones’ men produced the performance of their lives to power past overwhelming favorites the All Blacks and now face South Africa who narrowly beat Wales.But when is the final and who will they face?
When is the Rugby World Cup final?
THE World Cup final will be held on Saturday, November 2.
Kick-off is at 9am UK – that’s 6pm in Yokohama.
The International Stadium Yokohama, which has a capacity of 73,000, will host the showpiece.
It’s been a terrific tournament so far in Japan, where the hosts picked up a stunning victory over Ireland to reach the quarter-finals.
Who will England face in the Rugby World Cup final?
England will take on South Africa in Saturday’s showdown.
The Springboks beat Wales 19-16 to reach the final, while Warren Gatland’s men will face New Zealand in the third/fourth play-off.
Can I watch on TV for free?
EVERY moment of this year’s tournament has been broadcast on free-to-air TV. And the final will be no different.
Each tackle, off-load and try will be live and free on ITV1, where coverage begins at 7am.
If you want to stream the action, head to the ITV Hub or create an account on TVPlayer.
Make sure you have a valid TV licence if you’re watching on either TV or through the live streaming service.
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