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Australia vs Fiji 2019 Rugby World Cup Live Stream

Where: Sapporo Dome, Sapporo

Kick-off: 4:45pm on Saturday (NZ time)

How to watch: Live on Spark Sport (coverage from 4:15pm)

Live stream: Available via livestreamonlinetv.com

Weather forecast at kick-off time: Sapporo Dome is an enclosed venue

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The Wallabies take on Fiji in a crucial Pool D clash to start their respective Rugby World Cup campaigns in Japan.

The contest in Sapporo will be a repeat of their pool-stage encounter at the 2015 Rugby World Cup, when the Wallabies won 28-13 in Cardiff.

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The Wallabies went on to make the final of the 2015 tournament, where they lost to the All Blacks, but have suffered some very lean years under coach Michael Cheika.

Fiji appear to have made great strides under Kiwi-born coach John McKee and will be out to spring a surprise after recording a statement 21-14 win against France in Paris last November.

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Wallabies and Fiji named their sides for first World Cup match
The Wallabies have picked their side for their important World Cup opener against Fiji with a series of surprise shocks.

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Australia has dropped a couple of selection shocks for their all-important World Cup opener against Fiji.

The Wallabies were the runners up at the last event on the back of a powerhouse performance from fly half Bernard Foley, but the Waratahs star has been the unlucky man left out of the opener.

Instead, Brumbies star Christian Lealiifano will take his place as the starting No. 10 alongside Nic White, the same pairing that delivered Australia the stunning 47-26 win over New Zealand in Perth during the Bledisloe Cup.

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It was a headache the team knew it would have to face with three fly halves — Lealiifano, Foley and Matt Toomua — all selected in the squad.

Toomua, who can also play inside centre, was selected on the bench for the Wallabies’ tournament opener.

The big call comes after former Wallabies fullback turned broadcaster Greg Martin told news.com.au that Chieka has a “slight bias” and would likely fall back on Foley to guide his side.

“A coach always remembers back to when the moments were tough ‘this bloke got me there’ but the reality is, Bernard Foley hasn’t been at his best this year,” Martin said when asked about the battle at Kayo Sports’ rugby World Cup launch last week. “Christian Lealiifano has edged ahead of him and his combination with Nic White is pretty good, they played together at the Brumbies and that’s got to count for something.”

The other big selection call was the news David Pocock and Michael Hooper will combine in the back row for the first time this year.

Pocock has missed most of the season because of injury but returned in a warm up match against Samoa and did enough to earn his place in the back row at the expense of Lukhan Salakaia-Loto.

He’ll start at No. 6 for the first time since 2016, and will become the fourth Wallaby to start at No. 6, 7 and 8 during the World Cup.

Hooper will start on the open side and Salakaia-Loto is expected to come in off the bench. Two of the best open side flankers in the game, Pocock and Hooper have regularly combined in the back row to give Australia speed to the breakdown.

“We are hungry to play our best rugby,” Cheika said after the selection. “We want to do two things — our best to win the tournament, and we want to show young people in Australia how beautiful the game can be.”

Allan Alaalatoa got a starting spot in the front row for Australia, adding to his family’s rugby legacy.

His father, Vili, played for Western Samoa in the 1991 World Cup.

Reserve props James Slipper and Sekope Kepu have more than 200 test caps combined and are on a heavily experienced bench that also includes veteran scrumhalf Will Genia.

Three of the Wallabies’ starters — No. 8 Isi Naisarani, winger Marika Koroibete and inside centre Samu Kerevi — were born in Fiji.

Cheika has also brushed off talk from Rugby Australia CEO Raelene Castle that anything short of a spot in the World Cup Final would be a failure for the team.

He has reportedly said he would stand down from the team if they didn’t bring home the trophy and he replied that’s why the team was in Japan.

“You know that I’m coming here to win with our team. That’s it,” he said on Thursday.

“I love what I do, I’m prepared to take responsibility and accountability and always have been with everything I do. I’m not being judged by anyone except myself.”

Fiji head coach John McKee said there’s a strong sense of belief within his squad, which is aiming to upset either Australia or Six Nations champion Wales to earn a spot in the quarterfinals.

“We have high ambitions in this World Cup. We know we have big challenges with big teams in our pool but it’s a great first match for us,” McKee said. “A lot of test match rugby is run in the close quarters and it’s going to be a big game for both teams at the gain line and in both attack and defence. “For us it’ll be a game of limited opportunities and we have to make sure that we nail opportunities and turn them into points.” —

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Australia: 15. Kurtley Beale, 14. Reece Hodge, 13. James O’Connor, 12. Samu Kerevi, 11. Marika Koroibete, 10. Christian Lealiifano, 9. Nic White, 8. Isi Naisarani, 7. Michael Hooper, 6. David Pocock, 5. Rory Arnold, 4. Izack Rodda, 3. Allan Allalatoa, 2. Tolu Latu, 1. Scott Sio.

Reserves: 16. Jordan Uelese, 17. James Slipper, 18. Sekope Kepu, 19. Adam Coleman, 20 Lukhan Salakaia-Loto, 21. Will Genia, 22. Matt Toomua, 23. Dane Haylett-Petty.

Fiji: 15. Kini Murimurivalu, 14. Josua Tuisova, 13. Waisea Nayacalevu, 12. Levani Botia, 11. Semi Radradra, 10. Ben Volavola, 9. Frank Lomani, 8. Viliame Mata, 7. Peceli Yato, 6. Dominiko Waqaniburotu, 5. Leone Nakarawa, 4. Tevita Cavubati, 3. Peni Ravai, 2. Samuel Matavesi, 1. Campese Ma’afu.

Reserves: 16. Tuvere Vugakoto, 17. Eroni Mawi, 18. Manasa Saulo, 19. Tevita Ratuva, 20. Mosese Voka, 21. Nikola Matawalu, 22. Alivereti Veitokani, 23. Vereniki Goneva.

Japan vs Russia 2019 Rugby World Cup Live Stream

How to Watch RWC 2019 Live Online ?
The sporting event of the year kicks off this September in Japan: the 2019 Rugby World Cup.

The ninth edition of the competition takes place over six weeks, culminating in the final in Yokohama on November 2.

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Rugby World Cup live stream: How to watch 2019 opening ceremony online and on TV
The tournament kicks off in earnest on Friday with the opening ceremony

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The 2019 Rugby World Cup begins today.
The tournament begins in Tokyo with hosts Japan taking on Russia in the opening game of Group A.
That comes after the opening ceremony, however, which promises to be a celebratory affair as ever and will surely come with one or two surprises too.

Here’s everything you need to know ahead of the big kick-off:
When does the tournament start?
The traditional tournament curtain-raiser is the opening ceremony, which is set to begin at about 10.30am on Friday 20 September.
The opening match follows the opening ceremony, with hosts Japan opening the tournament against Russia.
The match will start at 11:45 BST.

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Rugby World Cup live stream: How to watch 2019 opening ceremony online and on TV
The tournament kicks off in earnest on Friday with the opening ceremony

RWC 2019 All matches LIVE TV

The 2019 Rugby World Cup begins today.
The tournament begins in Tokyo with hosts Japan taking on Russia in the opening game of Group A.
That comes after the opening ceremony, however, which promises to be a celebratory affair as ever and will surely come with one or two surprises too.

Here’s everything you need to know ahead of the big kick-off:
When does the tournament start?
The traditional tournament curtain-raiser is the opening ceremony, which is set to begin at about 10.30am on Friday 20 September.
The opening match follows the opening ceremony, with hosts Japan opening the tournament against Russia.
The match will start at 11:45 BST.

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Tournament: 2019 Rugby World Cup
Dates: Fri, Sep 20, 2019 – Sat, Nov 2, 2019 Trending
No. of nations: 20 (93 qualifying)
Number of nations: 20 (93 qualifying)
Host nation: Japan
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Japan vs Russia 2019 RWC Live Stream

Rugby World Cup 2019 Opening Match Live Stream – The biggest festival of Rugby is scheduled to kick in next few moments. After the commencement of Rugby World Cup 2019 Opening Ceremony, Russia will face hosts Japan in the first match of RWC 2019. The Russian team is currently in good form and will be looking to grab those points available for share. The Former PM Mori has invited Russian President Putin to watch the match live in Tokyo.

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Match Russia vs Japan
Venue Tokyo Stadium, Tokyo
Date 20th September 2019
Time 19:45 LOCAL TIME
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Russia vs Japan Prediction – Who Will Win Today?
When we look at head to head stats, just one match played and Japan won that match. If we look at the Rugby World Cup performance, then it’s not great for both teams. Both teams are yet to cross the initial stage. So considering the home advantage, our experts feel that Japan would edge out Russia on the opening day of the tournament.

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Note – There is no confirmation yet about Match TV streaming all 48 matches or just Russia matches.

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ALL THINGS BMX SUPERCROSS. All you need to know about round 7 & 8 of the 2019 UCI BMX Supercross World Cup is here!

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France vs Italy Rugby World Cup warm-up Match

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Match Information
Match: France vs Italy

Competition: Rugby World Cup 2019 warm-up Match

Date: Friday 30th August 2019

Kick-off time: 20:10 PM (GMT)

Stadium: Twickenham, London, France

Capacity: 82,000

Address: Whitton Rd, Twickenham TW2 7BA, France

What TV Channel: Premier Sports 1 (UK); Willow TV (USA)

Live Streaming: LMI Sports ( World Wide)

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Start time: 8:10pm on Friday 30th August 2019(UTC)

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France vs Italy 2019 Rugby World Cup warm-up

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FRANCE host Italy with both teams continuing their Rugby World Cup preparations.

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The French crushed Scotland 32-3 two weeks ago, but were beaten 17-14 by the same opposition at Murrayfield last week.

Italy were beaten 29-10 in Ireland in their first warm-up fixture, but hammered Russia 85-15 six days ago.

Both sides face tough World Cup groups with France taking on England and Argentina and Italy facing New Zealand and South Africa.

When is France vs Italy?
France vs Italy will take place on Friday, August 30 – TONIGHT.

The match will kick off at 8.10pm – 9.10pm in France and Italy.

It will take place at the Stade de France, Paris.

What TV channel is France vs Italy on and can I live stream it?
France vs Italy will be shown live on Premier Sports 1.

Coverage will commence at 7.55pm.