Who will qualify for the knockout stage of the 2023 World Cup?

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The Rugby World Cup’s knockout round will start on October 14( Reuters ) as of October 5. The teams that have advanced to the quarterfinals are listed below, along with their schedules and betting odds:



With bonus-point victories over Namibia, Italy, and Uruguay, New Zealand recovered from a loss to France and advanced to Pool A’s first quarter-final qualifiers.

The All Blacks’ final position in the group will be determined by the outcome of the France vs. Italy game on October 6.

They will compete against Pool B’s winners or runners-up, which also includes Romania, Tonga, South Africa, Scotland, and Ireland.

Performance in the pool: France 27-13, New Zealand 71-3, Namibia 96-17, Italy, 73-0, Uruguay

William Hill has a 4 / 1 chance of winning the competition.



With a 40-6 victory over Australia, Wales advanced to the quarterfinals.

After victories over Fiji, Portugal, and Australia, Wales became the first Pool C team to qualify. On October 7, they will face Georgia in their final pool stage match for first place.

Wales will compete in Pool D, which also includes England, Samoa, Japan, and Argentina, in the quarterfinals.

performance as a group:

Wales 32 – 26 Fiji

Portugal 28 – 8 Wales

Australia 40 – 6 Wales

William Hill has a 20 / 1 chance of winning the tournament.



With victories over Argentina, Japan, and Chile as well as Japan‘s 28 – 22 victory over Samoa, England advanced to the quarterfinals and was guaranteed the top spot in Pool D.

On October 7, they will face Samoa in their final group game.

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They will compete against Pool C’s runners-up, which also includes Wales, Fiji, Australia, Georgia, and Portugal, in the knockout stage.

In 2003, England won the Rugby World Cup once, but in 1991, 2007, and 2019, it lost three times.

Performance in the pool:

Argentina 27 – 10 England

Japan 34 – 12 England

Chile 0 – England 71

October 7: England-Samoa

William Hill has a 10 / 1 chance of winning the competition.


* 4 points in the match.

Draw two points.

* 4 or more attempts: 1 extra point

* 1 bonus point if you lose 7 points or less.

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