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2023 Rugby World Cup Finals – Streaming Details, Stats, Odds and Predictions

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2023 Rugby World Cup – The Battle for Webb Ellis Cup Begins

The top two rivals, New Zealand and South African teams, will lock horns in a big battle, “The 2023 Rugby World Cup Finals”. This clash is scheduled to take place at Stade de France on October 28, 2023. So, free up your weekend and watch this enthralling showdown till the very end, and don’t forget to capture all the thrilled-up moments.

The haunt for lifting the Webb Ellis Cup is a dream for every nation, and the top two rivals, South Africa and the Netherlands have marched forward to the finals in that search. New Zealand and South African teams are no new to secure the Webb Ellis Cup as both teams have won the Cup three times each. The recent victory of the New Zealand team came in 2015, while South Africa made it in 2019. Already these two teams have made the most victory in the Rugby World Cup history. This 2023 Rugby World Cup winner will become the first team to clinch the Webb Ellis Cup for the fourth time in Rugby history. The All Blacks and the Springboks have made it this far, and their eagerness for the Cup is no less than a firing ball. Each side will show their fullest potential in this matchup to make history, and this final is going to be enthralled with captivating memories. So, don’t miss out on watching this splendid showdown and grab all the match facts, including odds and predictions on this page.



2023 Rugby World Cup Finals – Event Details

Tournament: 2023 Rugby World Cup Finals

Date: October 28, 2023 (Saturday)

Time: 03:00 PM ET | 12:00 PM PT | 12:30 AM (Next Day)

Venue: Stade de France, Saint-Denis, France.

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Where to Watch 2023 Rugby World Cup Finals?

The Bronze Medal match as well as the finals of the 2023 Rugby World Cup will be televised in ITV1 and ITVX channels.

Indian viewers can tune Sony Sports TEN to view the post-season and finals matchups of the 2023 Rugby Finals.


Argentina vs England – Bronze medal match

The two hot rivals, Argentina and England teams will land up in a tough battle for the Bronze medal of the 2023 Rugby World Cup on October 27, 2023. The England club heads into this clash after a close 15-16 loss to South Africa in the semi-finals. Steve Borthwick was fabulous on their moves throughout the game, but the Spring Boks claimed a straight victory on one point, scoring from the penalty kick in the final eleven minutes. England’s side maintained a fantastic record throughout 2023 Rugby, being unbeaten till the semi-finals. Despite their loss in the semi-finals, the England team will definitely maintain the same attitude at least to clinch the third place of the 2023 Rugby World Cup.

The Argentina side, on the flip side, heads into this clash after a worst 6-44 loss against New Zealand, where the Argentina side featured awful performances on both sides of the field. The Argentine club has advanced to the Rugby World Cup semi-final three times overall, and this is the team’s worst stretch. So many changes will be made by both sides to avoid a failure in this clash. When comparing their most recent records, the England team appears to be far superior to the Argentine squad. The English men are, therefore, expected to win this match and earn the third place in the 2023 Rugby World Cup.

New Zealand vs South Africa – Finals

The New Zealand and South African teams will square off in a highly anticipated 2023 Rugby World Cup on October 28, 2023 at Stade de France. The South African team heads into this clash after a close 15-16 win over the England team. Handre Pollard’s late kick made the South Africans clinch the victory over the England side and enter the finals. It was not that strong victory for the Springboks, and they need to put up much effort in this matchup. In addition, the South African side resembled a weak difference in scoreline in their recent few matchups. So, the fight for the finals is going to be really challenging for the South African team.

The New Zealand team enters this clash after a stunning 6-44 win over the Argentina side, the All Blacks gave no chance for the Argentine side to score. The New Zealand side moved the ball with full force throughout the game, which kept the Pumas stunned throughout the session. Also, the All Blacks were really speedy in their moves, and that mattered a lot for their scoring. The New Zealand side made a solid lead by the end of the first half itself, which helped them to move independently in the second half and clinch the victory with a high scoreline. The New Zealand team, with all its talents like Richie Mo’unga and Aaron Smith, is highly expected to march forward with the same strength. Therefore, this final game for the Webb Ellis Cup is going to be more thrilling, leaving the New Zealand side to end up with a victory.


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