Rugby World Cup Final Live

Rugby World Cup Final Live : England in the Rugby World Cup final 2019 and will be using that as inspiration ahead of this game. England are sure to be using their defeat to South Africa in that match as motivation to succeed and overcome South Africa to win their second Rugby World Cup.

The 2019 Rugby World Cup has reached the final stage of the tournament. The Rugby World Cup final will be played on Saturday 2nd November 2019 at the International Stadium Yokohama, Japan. It will be contested by England and South Africa in what is sure to be a thrilling final to a competition which has witnessed plenty of drama.

This is familiar territory for both teams, who have each reached the Rugby World Cup final before. England reached the final in 1991, 2003 and 2007, winning the tournament on one occasion as they defeated Australia in the final 16 years ago.

South Africa have appeared in two Rugby World Cup finals in their history and won on both occasions. The first of these came in 1995 when they triumphed on home turf against New Zealand in the final. South Africa’s second Rugby World Cup final win came against England in 2007 at the Stade de France, in Paris.

Rugby World Cup Previous Winners:
Year Winner
1987 New Zealand
1991 Australia
1995 South Africa
1999 Australia
2003 England
2007 South Africa
2011 New Zealand
2015 New Zealand
Therefore, South Africa know the feeling of beating

This is going to be a momentous occasion in Japan with thousands watching inside the stadium and millions around the world. The question is, which team will come out on top? We take a look at both nations chances in our England vs South Africa betting tips and at the latest England vs South Africa betting odds.

CONTENTS

1. England – The Favourites
2. South Africa – The Outsiders?
3. England vs South Africa Betting Odds
4. RWC 2019 Final Live Streaming
1. England – The Favourites
England faced a tough semi-final match against New Zealand and many onlookers predicted their tournament would come to an end in this game. However, England took control of the match from the first whistle and scored the first try of the game with just 2 minutes on the clock. The try was scored by Manu Tuilagi and it set the tone for the rest of the game as England were constantly on the front foot.

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The Springbok we’re not really pushed in any of those wins and the next major test following the defeat against New Zealand was to come in the quarter final against the hosts, Japan. Much like in the semi-final victory over Wales, South Africa used their power to dominate Japan and they scored 3 tries, two of which came in the second half.

Interestingly, South Africa have played England 4 times at the Rugby World Cup and have recorded 3 victories. They defeated the English twice at the 2007 World Cup in France and back in the 1999 quarter-finals. However, no team has ever lost a World Cup game and then gone on to win the Rugby World Cup. This is something which South Africa are going to have to change if they are to be the team lifting the trophy at the end of the final.

The RWC final odds have South Africa as the outsiders, priced at 7/4 to win the match with Bet365. Continue below to find more England vs South Africa betting odds plus RWC final predictions.

3. England vs South Africa Betting Odds
Looking at previous Rugby World Cup finals featuring these teams, it becomes apparent that we could be in for a very close game. South Africa defeated New Zealand by just three points in 1995 and beat England by 9 points in 2007. England defeated Australia by 3 points in 2003 and lost to Australia by 6 points in 1991.

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Springboks vs England

Springboks vs England : South Africa and England will meet on Saturday in the Rugby World Cup final, a rematch of the championship decider that the Springboks won 15-6 in Paris in 2007.

It’s tipped to be a brutal contest dominated by physical forward exchanges punctuated by tactical kicking for territory, the 10-man style preferred by both nations. There is scope for both teams, though, for enterprising attack through the backs, primarily from England.

The Springboks are aiming to continue a pattern by claiming their third title 12 years after their second, which came 12 years after their first — the 1995 triumph on home soil.

South Africa have appeared in two Rugby World Cup finals in their history and won on both occasions. The first of these came in 1995 when they triumphed on home turf against New Zealand in the final. South Africa’s second Rugby World Cup final win came against England in 2007 at the Stade de France, in Paris

==MATCH INFO==
Rugby World Cup Final 2019
Team : Springboks vs England
Date: Saturday, 2 November
Time: 9 a.m.(GMT),5 a.m.(ET),6 p.m.(Local)
Venue: International Stadium Yokohama, Yokohama, Japan

Watch Springboks vs England Live

Therefore, South Africa know the feeling of beating England in the Rugby World Cup final and will be using that as inspiration ahead of this game. England are sure to be using their defeat to South Africa in that match as motivation to succeed and overcome South Africa to win their second Rugby World Cup.

This is going to be a momentous occasion in Japan with thousands watching inside the stadium and millions around the world. The question is, which team will come out on top? We take a look at both nations chances in our England vs South Africa betting tips and at the latest England vs South Africa betting odds.

The two most significant deciding factors when choosing which TV streaming provider to use are 1) pEast Carolina and 2) channel selection.

England faced a tough semi-final match against New Zealand and many onlookers predicted their tournament would come to an end in this game. However, England took control of the match from the first whistle and scored the first try of the game with just 2 minutes on the clock. The try was scored by Manu Tuilagi and it set the tone for the rest of the game as England were constantly on the front foot.

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It was testament to the quality of England’s overall play, that they prevented New Zealand from getting on the score sheet in the first half. The All Blacks did cross over the try line in the second half following a mistake by England in a defensive line out which saw each team finish with one try each at the end of the match. This was not representative of the 80 minutes, during which England dominated and had two additional tries ruled out by the TMO and both decisions were not clear cut by any means.

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At the budget end, Sling Blue and Orange are infinitely better than Philo and WatchTV thanks to the inclusion of some sports content and local channels.

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England vs Springboks Live

England vs Springboks Live : England will take on South Africa in the Rugby World Cup final this weekend – and Express Sport has all the details about the crunch clash.

This is familiar territory for both teams, who have each reached the Rugby World Cup final before. England reached the final in 1991, 2003 and 2007, winning the tournament on one occasion as they defeated Australia in the final 16 years ago.

South Africa have appeared in two Rugby World Cup finals in their history and won on both occasions. The first of these came in 1995 when they triumphed on home turf against New Zealand in the final. South Africa’s second Rugby World Cup final win came against England in 2007 at the Stade de France, in Paris

==MATCH INFO==
Rugby World Cup Final 2019
Team : England vs South Africa
Date: Saturday, 2 November
Time: 9 a.m.(GMT),5 a.m.(ET),6 p.m.(Local)
Venue: International Stadium Yokohama, Yokohama, Japan

Watch England vs Springboks Live

Therefore, South Africa know the feeling of beating England in the Rugby World Cup final and will be using that as inspiration ahead of this game. England are sure to be using their defeat to South Africa in that match as motivation to succeed and overcome South Africa to win their second Rugby World Cup.

This is going to be a momentous occasion in Japan with thousands watching inside the stadium and millions around the world. The question is, which team will come out on top? We take a look at both nations chances in our England vs South Africa betting tips and at the latest England vs South Africa betting odds.

The two most significant deciding factors when choosing which TV streaming provider to use are 1) pEast Carolina and 2) channel selection.

England faced a tough semi-final match against New Zealand and many onlookers predicted their tournament would come to an end in this game. However, England took control of the match from the first whistle and scored the first try of the game with just 2 minutes on the clock. The try was scored by Manu Tuilagi and it set the tone for the rest of the game as England were constantly on the front foot.

England vs South Africa rugby betting predictions world cupWho our Tipsters think is going to win the RWC 2019?

It was testament to the quality of England’s overall play, that they prevented New Zealand from getting on the score sheet in the first half. The All Blacks did cross over the try line in the second half following a mistake by England in a defensive line out which saw each team finish with one try each at the end of the match. This was not representative of the 80 minutes, during which England dominated and had two additional tries ruled out by the TMO and both decisions were not clear cut by any means.

In terms of value for money, YouTube TV offers the most premium channels for the pEast Carolina. However, if you want a full lineup that’s akin to your cable package, then PlayStation Vue’s Ultra plan is the way to go. If sports are your thing, then FuboTV is the best option.

At the budget end, Sling Blue and Orange are infinitely better than Philo and WatchTV thanks to the inclusion of some sports content and local channels.

Important note: If you want to watch a channel from other country you will need a VPN to change your location to that country as most of the channel streams on the internet are geo-blocked. Even if you want to stream a channel in your country is highly recommended to use a VPN to keep your traffic anonymous as your internet provider may not like it and block your access or slow down your connection. Check here for the best VPN to watch live sports

South Africa vs England

South Africa vs England: If one is to quibble, the bench is slightly imperfect. It would be nice to have a replacement scrum-half who has played a minute of this tournament and, perhaps, it would be ideal to have some specialist back-three cover, rather than two players whose best position is ­outside centre.

That betrays the fact that Jones’s gamble on Jack Nowell’s fitness has not quite worked. The Exeter wing, sadly, has played 11 minutes of rugby in five months.

==MATCH INFO==
Rugby World Cup Final 2019
Team : South Africa vs England
Date: Saturday, 2 November
Time: 9 a.m.(GMT),5 a.m.(ET),6 p.m.(Local)
Venue: International Stadium Yokohama, Yokohama, Japan

Watch South Africa vs England Live

Therefore, South Africa know the feeling of beating England in the Rugby World Cup final and will be using that as inspiration ahead of this game. England are sure to be using their defeat to South Africa in that match as motivation to succeed and overcome South Africa to win their second Rugby World Cup.

This is going to be a momentous occasion in Japan with thousands watching inside the stadium and millions around the world. The question is, which team will come out on top? We take a look at both nations chances in our England vs South Africa betting tips and at the latest England vs South Africa betting odds.

Springboks coach Rassie Erasmus was asked about England’s weaknesses and was left scratching his head.

“They are excellent in the line-outs, strong in the scrums, great at the breakdowns, strong ball carriers, speed on the wings, great aerially,” he said.

England are certainly not suddenly perfect, but Erasmus has a point about a team that has improved every week at this tournament. It is easy to see why Jones said today that England do not want the tournament to end.

Anthony Watson, so consistent all tournament, spoke on Thursday about how “this time last year I couldn’t lift my heel off the floor, I could barely walk without a limp”, following two Achilles tendon injuries.

Watson’s Bath team-mate Jonathan Joseph has suffered, too, while Mako Vunipola has struggled this year with injuries. Tom Curry and Sam Underhill were never fit together until this summer, while Kyle Sinckler has ­got over a calf problem this week and is now “absolutely buzzing” for Saturday.

Jones’s England have had many ­iterations, and the head coach has kissed a fair few frogs, but he has managed to pull the right players together at the right time. Best of all, perhaps, is their age. One member of the 23 is older than 30. The average age is 27.

“It’s a great credit to the players how hard they work, physically they are fit, they work hard on rehabbing their ­injuries,” Jones said. “The players have worked hard, we’ve got great medical staff, we’ve got great strength and ­conditioning staff, so the players are in great nick.”

England vs South Africa Live

England vs South Africa Live : South Africa have won three of their four previous World Cup matches with England. The Springboks won twice at the 2007 World Cup and once during in the 1999 quarter-finals. England’s only World Cup win over the Springbok was in 2003 during the pool stages.

This is familiar territory for both teams, who have each reached the Rugby World Cup final before. England reached the final in 1991, 2003 and 2007, winning the tournament on one occasion as they defeated Australia in the final 16 years ago.

South Africa have appeared in two Rugby World Cup finals in their history and won on both occasions. The first of these came in 1995 when they triumphed on home turf against New Zealand in the final. South Africa’s second Rugby World Cup final win came against England in 2007 at the Stade de France, in Paris

==MATCH INFO==
Rugby World Cup Final 2019
Team : England vs South Africa
Date: Saturday, 2 November
Time: 9 a.m.(GMT),5 a.m.(ET),6 p.m.(Local)
Venue: International Stadium Yokohama, Yokohama, Japan

Watch England vs South Africa Live

Therefore, South Africa know the feeling of beating England in the Rugby World Cup final and will be using that as inspiration ahead of this game. England are sure to be using their defeat to South Africa in that match as motivation to succeed and overcome South Africa to win their second Rugby World Cup.

This is going to be a momentous occasion in Japan with thousands watching inside the stadium and millions around the world. The question is, which team will come out on top? We take a look at both nations chances in our England vs South Africa betting tips and at the latest England vs South Africa betting odds.

The two most significant deciding factors when choosing which TV streaming provider to use are 1) pEast Carolina and 2) channel selection.

England faced a tough semi-final match against New Zealand and many onlookers predicted their tournament would come to an end in this game. However, England took control of the match from the first whistle and scored the first try of the game with just 2 minutes on the clock. The try was scored by Manu Tuilagi and it set the tone for the rest of the game as England were constantly on the front foot.

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It was testament to the quality of England’s overall play, that they prevented New Zealand from getting on the score sheet in the first half. The All Blacks did cross over the try line in the second half following a mistake by England in a defensive line out which saw each team finish with one try each at the end of the match. This was not representative of the 80 minutes, during which England dominated and had two additional tries ruled out by the TMO and both decisions were not clear cut by any means.

In terms of value for money, YouTube TV offers the most premium channels for the pEast Carolina. However, if you want a full lineup that’s akin to your cable package, then PlayStation Vue’s Ultra plan is the way to go. If sports are your thing, then FuboTV is the best option.

At the budget end, Sling Blue and Orange are infinitely better than Philo and WatchTV thanks to the inclusion of some sports content and local channels.

Important note: If you want to watch a channel from other country you will need a VPN to change your location to that country as most of the channel streams on the internet are geo-blocked. Even if you want to stream a channel in your country is highly recommended to use a VPN to keep your traffic anonymous as your internet provider may not like it and block your access or slow down your connection. Check here for the best VPN to watch live sports

England vs South Africa

England vs South Africa : The South Africa 2019 Rugby World Cup has reached the final stage of the tournament. The Rugby World Cup final will be played on Saturday 2nd November 2019 at the International Stadium Yokohama, Japan. It will be contested by England and South Africa in what is sure to be a thrilling final to a competition which has witnessed plenty of drama.

This is familiar territory for both teams, who have each reached the Rugby World Cup final before. England reached the final in 1991, 2003 and 2007, winning the tournament on one occasion as they defeated Australia in the final 16 years ago.

South Africa have appeared in two Rugby World Cup finals in their history and won on both occasions. The first of these came in 1995 when they triumphed on home turf against New Zealand in the final. South Africa’s second Rugby World Cup final win came against England in 2007 at the Stade de France, in Paris

==MATCH INFO==
Rugby World Cup Final 2019
Team : England vs South Africa
Date: Saturday, 2 November
Time: 9 a.m.(GMT),5 a.m.(ET),6 p.m.(Local)
Venue: International Stadium Yokohama, Yokohama, Japan

Watch England vs South Africa Live

Therefore, South Africa know the feeling of beating England in the Rugby World Cup final and will be using that as inspiration ahead of this game. England are sure to be using their defeat to South Africa in that match as motivation to succeed and overcome South Africa to win their second Rugby World Cup.

This is going to be a momentous occasion in Japan with thousands watching inside the stadium and millions around the world. The question is, which team will come out on top? We take a look at both nations chances in our England vs South Africa betting tips and at the latest England vs South Africa betting odds.

The two most significant deciding factors when choosing which TV streaming provider to use are 1) pEast Carolina and 2) channel selection.

England faced a tough semi-final match against New Zealand and many onlookers predicted their tournament would come to an end in this game. However, England took control of the match from the first whistle and scored the first try of the game with just 2 minutes on the clock. The try was scored by Manu Tuilagi and it set the tone for the rest of the game as England were constantly on the front foot.

England vs South Africa rugby betting predictions world cupWho our Tipsters think is going to win the RWC 2019?

It was testament to the quality of England’s overall play, that they prevented New Zealand from getting on the score sheet in the first half. The All Blacks did cross over the try line in the second half following a mistake by England in a defensive line out which saw each team finish with one try each at the end of the match. This was not representative of the 80 minutes, during which England dominated and had two additional tries ruled out by the TMO and both decisions were not clear cut by any means.

In terms of value for money, YouTube TV offers the most premium channels for the pEast Carolina. However, if you want a full lineup that’s akin to your cable package, then PlayStation Vue’s Ultra plan is the way to go. If sports are your thing, then FuboTV is the best option.

At the budget end, Sling Blue and Orange are infinitely better than Philo and WatchTV thanks to the inclusion of some sports content and local channels.

Important note: If you want to watch a channel from other country you will need a VPN to change your location to that country as most of the channel streams on the internet are geo-blocked. Even if you want to stream a channel in your country is highly recommended to use a VPN to keep your traffic anonymous as your internet provider may not like it and block your access or slow down your connection. Check here for the best VPN to watch live sports

All Blacks vs Wales

All Blacks vs Wales : RWC 2019 All Blacks vs Wales Live. Steve Hansen’s All Blacks are clearly still hurting as they trudge a little disconsolately into Friday’s bronze medal match against Wales at this Rugby World Cup. And the departing coach wouldn’t have it any other way.

Hansen unveiled a predictable lineup on Wednesday in Tokyo featuring the core of the side toppled 19-7 by England in last weekend’s semifinal, with a sprinkling of fresh faces, including a quartet of departing All Blacks on their last lap of the track.

There are seven changes to the starting XV and another three on the bench for the match no one wants to play in, but goes ahead anyway because, frankly, it is just too big a money-maker for World Rugby.

Both head coaches – Warren Gatland of Wales and New Zealand’s Steve Hansen – will be leaving their respective posts when the final whistle blows, both having garnered huge success in their roles and being keen to go out on a high.

Hansen’s All Blacks won the last two tournaments, and will be aiming for a final win in what is also captain Kieran Read’s final international, while the Welsh have the opportunity to equal their best-ever finish having come third in 1987’s inaugural competition.

Both coaches have rung the changes since their semi-final defeats, due to a combination of injuries and offers of World Cup game-time to previously benched squad members.

How to watch:

The Herald will be live blogging the match on nzherald.co.nz, with build-up starting from 8pm, while Spark Sport’s coverage starts at 9pm and the game is also live on TVNZ 1.

Alternatively, you can live stream the match on sparksport.co.nz or the Spark Sport app.

Radio Sport and Newstalk ZB will have exclusive live commentary from 9.30pm.

Odds: All Blacks $1.09, Wales $6.50

Head to head: The two sides have met 34 times, with New Zealand winning on 31 occasions. Wales have claimed only three victories – the last coming on 19 December 1953 in Cardiff.

In one of nine alterations to his starting XV, Gatland is handing a World Cup debut to 21-year-old Owen Lane, who was a late call-up to the squad to replace injured Josh Navidi last week. Tournament top try-scorer Josh Adams, however, retains his place; his six tries leaves him currently two off the shared record, and one ahead of South African finalist Makazole Mapimpi.

For New Zealand there are seven personnel changes with an extra positional alteration as Scott Barrett moves from flanker to lock with Shannon Frizzell and Sam Cane back in the back-row.

Dane Coles gets the start at hooker. Rieko Ioane and Ben Smith are on the wings, with Sonny Bill Williams and Ryan Crotty coming in at centre.

Wales boss Gatland hopes players overlooked earlier in the tournament will want to make their mark.

“There are a few guys who hopefully want to go out and prove a point that perhaps they should have had more rugby in this tournament,” said the New Zealander.So getting up for this next challenge will be one of the toughest of their careers and it’s likely several players not involved in the England loss will get a run; men such as Ben Smith and Ryan Crotty are likely to play, along with Sonny Bill Williams, on the bench for the last two games here.

For Wales, Hallam Amos replaces Halfpenny at full-back, while tournament top try-scorer Josh Adams completes the back three as he starts his seventh World Cup match.

Jonathan Davies starts again after returning to the side against South Africa and is partnered in the midfield by Owen Watkin, with Hadleigh Parkes dropping to the replacements.

Parkes will be joined on the bench by Gareth Davies and Dan Biggar, with half-backs Rhys Patchell and Tomas Williams handed starts.

New Zealand vs Wales

New Zealand vs Wales: New Zealand vs Wales RWC 2019 Match Live online right now. But, despite the agony of their semifinal defeat loss to England the night before, the All Blacks are intent of putting in a performance they can be proud of when they face Wales at Tokyo Stadium on Friday night. For several, including skipper Kieran Read and coach Steve Hansen, it will be the last time they are closely involved with the All Blacks.

But, despite the agony of their semifinal defeat loss to England the night before, the All Blacks are intent of putting in a performance they can be proud of when they face Wales at Tokyo Stadium on Friday night. For several, including skipper Kieran Read and coach Steve Hansen, it will be the last time they are closely involved with the All Blacks.

Both head coaches – Warren Gatland of Wales and New Zealand’s Steve Hansen – will be leaving their respective posts when the final whistle blows, both having garnered huge success in their roles and being keen to go out on a high.

Hansen’s All Blacks won the last two tournaments, and will be aiming for a final win in what is also captain Kieran Read’s final international, while the Welsh have the opportunity to equal their best-ever finish having come third in 1987’s inaugural competition.

Both coaches have rung the changes since their semi-final defeats, due to a combination of injuries and offers of World Cup game-time to previously benched squad members.

How to watch:

The Herald will be live blogging the match on nzherald.co.nz, with build-up starting from 8pm, while Spark Sport’s coverage starts at 9pm and the game is also live on TVNZ 1.

Alternatively, you can live stream the match on sparksport.co.nz or the Spark Sport app.

Radio Sport and Newstalk ZB will have exclusive live commentary from 9.30pm.

Odds: All Blacks $1.09, Wales $6.50

Head to head: The two sides have met 34 times, with New Zealand winning on 31 occasions. Wales have claimed only three victories – the last coming on 19 December 1953 in Cardiff.

In one of nine alterations to his starting XV, Gatland is handing a World Cup debut to 21-year-old Owen Lane, who was a late call-up to the squad to replace injured Josh Navidi last week. Tournament top try-scorer Josh Adams, however, retains his place; his six tries leaves him currently two off the shared record, and one ahead of South African finalist Makazole Mapimpi.

For New Zealand there are seven personnel changes with an extra positional alteration as Scott Barrett moves from flanker to lock with Shannon Frizzell and Sam Cane back in the back-row.

Dane Coles gets the start at hooker. Rieko Ioane and Ben Smith are on the wings, with Sonny Bill Williams and Ryan Crotty coming in at centre.

Wales boss Gatland hopes players overlooked earlier in the tournament will want to make their mark.

“There are a few guys who hopefully want to go out and prove a point that perhaps they should have had more rugby in this tournament,” said the New Zealander.So getting up for this next challenge will be one of the toughest of their careers and it’s likely several players not involved in the England loss will get a run; men such as Ben Smith and Ryan Crotty are likely to play, along with Sonny Bill Williams, on the bench for the last two games here.

For Wales, Hallam Amos replaces Halfpenny at full-back, while tournament top try-scorer Josh Adams completes the back three as he starts his seventh World Cup match.

Jonathan Davies starts again after returning to the side against South Africa and is partnered in the midfield by Owen Watkin, with Hadleigh Parkes dropping to the replacements.

Parkes will be joined on the bench by Gareth Davies and Dan Biggar, with half-backs Rhys Patchell and Tomas Williams handed starts.

All Blacks vs Ireland

All Blacks vs Ireland : Can Ireland finally end New Zealand’s total dominance at the Rugby World Cup?

The All Blacks are gunning for their third straight RWC victory, and there’s little to suggest that won’t happen again.

Heading into the Ireland game, the All Blacks are unbeaten in 17 matches at the World Cup.

Match: All Blacks vs Ireland

Competition: Rugby World Cup 2019

Date: October 19, 2019

Kick-off time: 11:15 am (UK time)

Stadium: Tokyo Stadium

France were the last team to beat the All Blacks at the 2007 World Cup.

Ireland finished second in Pool A behind Japan with three wins and a defeat.

New Zealand topped Pool B with three wins, while their match against Italy was called off due to bad weather.

Memorably, Ireland beat the All Blacks last November as New Zealand lost without scoring a try.

An Irish critic who enraged New Zealanders by describing the haka as a marketing gimmick may just have sharpened the focus of the All Blacks for the Rugby World Cup quarterfinals.

The All Blacks haven’t lost a game at the sport’s marquee event since a quarterfinal upset against France in 2007, rebounding from that with back-to-back titles in 2011 and ’15 during a decade run at No. 1.

Ireland hasn’t won a knockout match in seven attempts at the Rugby World Cup.

Nerves will be a factor at Tokyo Stadium on Saturday, but the Irish have won two of their last three tests against the All Blacks, starting with their historic first at Chicago in 2016 and another in Dublin last November.

The Irish have a Kiwi head coach in Joe Schmidt, who is well versed in New Zealand rugby. And his assistant, Andy Farrell, has worked out a defensive system that seems to be working against the All Blacks.

Awesome is also a word Mo’unga used to describe Sexton. And that’s where some backup from Barrett, who will start in 15 but likely show up as a first receiver at times, will help Mo’unga. There are three Barrett brothers in the New Zealand 23, so they’ll seem like they’re up all over the field.

The tandem playmaker strategy took a little while to settle, but the backline awareness has improved immeasurably and helped in the pool-stage win over South Africa.

“We’ve come a long way since our first pairing,” said Mo’unga, who has carved out his spot as the preferred kicker. “It’s important to know we’re never going to get everything right but we’re trying to sharpen up parts of our game where we can help each other and, as key drivers of the team, help the team out.”

Schmidt has recalled Rob Kearney at fullback and Peter O’Mahony on the blindside flank and moved Robbie Henshaw to inside center to cover for the absence of Bundee Aki, who was banned for three games after his red card for a high tackle against Samoa last weekend. Garry Ringrose will start at outside center.