The schedule, roster, and path to the 2023 Rugby World Cup final for England.

The schedule, roster, and path to the 2023 Rugby World Cup final for England.

With a win over Argentina in Pool D., England got things going in what appears to be the easier half of the draw.

England began their Rugby World Cup 2023 campaign against Argentina last weekend in Marseille, overcoming a recent slump in play to win despite being down a man for 77 minutes.

After Eddie Jones’ departure in December, Steve Borthwick had lost six of his nine games in charge.
He had presided over France’s 53-10 thrashing in March and England’s historic loss to Fiji in their final World Cup warm-up game last month.

However, his team rallied following Tom Curry’s early dismissal to defeat their most difficult opponents in Pool D.
George Ford was the star of the game, scoring all 27 points to lead his team to victory.

Billy Vunipola is back in the lineup for the upcoming match against Japan on Sunday despite Curry’s two-match suspension.

Who is in the English team?

Pool D.

What is England’s upcoming match?

On Sunday, September 17, England will play Japan in Nice.
Argentina, their toughest pool rivals, were defeated, clearing their way to the quarterfinals.

What recent team news is there regarding England?

After being given a two-match suspension for his dangerous tackle against Argentina on Saturday, Tom Curry will be unable to play in either of England’s upcoming two Rugby World Cup group matches.

After colliding with Pumas full-back Juan Cruz Mallia in the third minute at Marseille’s Stade Velodrome, Curry was given a yellow card that was upgraded to a red one after a review.

Curry was given a three-game suspension by a virtual disciplinary panel, but that suspension will be reduced to two if he successfully completes World Rugby’s “Coaching Intervention Programme,” also known as tackle school.

As a result, the Sale openside will miss the matches against Japan and Chile but will be available for England’s final Pool D match against Samoa on October 7 in Lille.

As a result of World Rugby’s successful appeal against his downgraded red card for a high tackle on Taine Basham, England’s captain Owen Farrell will also miss the final game of a four-match suspension.

However, Billy Vunipola is available after missing Argentina’s victory due to a suspension for a high tackle similar to Farrell’s.
Along with Lewis Ludlam, Kyle Sinckler is scheduled to play against the Brave Blossoms.

The complete Pool D schedule and schedule for England.

Except where noted, all matches are on ITV1.


What path will England take to the championship?

According to current world rankings, England and Argentina should advance from Pool D., but you should not undervalue a significantly improved Samoa.

In the event that England advances as one of the top two teams in Pool D, they will probably play either Australia, Wales, or Fiji from Pool C in the quarterfinals.
Until now, so defeatable.

England wouldn’t even have to play a team ranked among the top five at this point; that wouldn’t happen until the semi-finals.
It’s also anyone’s game in a one-off knockout match.
The final is the next stop!

Click here to view the World Cup schedule in its entirety.

How do I watch the Rugby World Cup on television?

In the UK, ITV has the exclusive broadcast rights; the majority are broadcast on ITV1.
You can read our list of the top 12 tournament pundits and commentators here.

Only the BBC will broadcast each game’s radio commentary, which will be heard on Radio 5 Live, 5 Sports Extra, and the BBC Sounds service.
According to the BBC, Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland will receive “bespoke output.”.

NBC Sports is airing the competition in the US.
SuperSport in South Africa is airing the television coverage.


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