England lock horns with New Zealand on Saturday Get the biggest rugby stories by email Subscribe We will use your email address only for the purpose of sending you newsletters. Please see our Privacy Notice for details of your data protection rights Thank you for subscribingWe have more newsletters Show me See our privacy notice Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid Email Eddie Jones' England are back in action this weekend as they host New Zealand at Twickenham on Saturday. Having just beaten South Africa in a thrilling game last weekend, England will look to spring a surprise against the World's No. Here's everything you need to know about the clash between the Red Rose and the All Blacks What time is kick-off?
See all the quarter-final action, wherever you are Shares Image credit: Rugby World Cup Has it really been four years? It seems only last month Japan were causing the upset of the last Rugby World Cup by beating South Africa in the pool stage, and now they face the same team in the quarter-finals on home turf.
Whatever the result of that tie, it represents progress for the hosts who have made it to the knockout stage for the first time after eight failed attempts.
Also hoping to set a new personal record will be Ireland, who are set to play their seventh last-eight fixture but have never made the semis.
To do so, though, they'll have to defeat an as-yet unbeaten New Zealand side defending the title they won at Twickenham in Kicking off the quarter-final fixtures will be England and Australia, though, who have twice faced off in the final of this competition.
The Aussies won the first of those in , before Jonny Wilkinson's dramatic drop kick handed England their first world title in Sydney 12 years later. And in the only all-European tie, three-time runners-up France will face Wales, who have never made it past the last four of this competition but will be confident of bettering their and showings after winning a Six Nations grand slam earlier this year.
It's set up to be enthralling race to the finish line that you won't want to miss, so we've put together a guide for how you can watch all the matches live on TV, online and on the go, wherever you are in the world.
As well as showing all the matches live, it also has a late-night highlights show for those of us who will be at work, asleep or otherwise engaged over the weekend. Find out below how you can access those services even if you're not in the UK when the quarter-final matches are taking place.
This will be the same if you try to access any geo-blocked stream from around the world. All the information passing back and forth is entirely encrypted.
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