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“Behind paywall” – World Cup warm-up games WON’T be on free-to-air TV

PRIME Video intends to televise the Rugby World Cup 2023 warm-up matches, which will feature all the teams from the Six Nations, during this summer.

As reported by The Rugby Paper, the live coverage will commence with Scotland’s match against Italy at Murrayfield on July 29.

Viewers can look forward to continued coverage throughout August as teams intensify their preparations for the upcoming tournament in France.

“Kick-off times confirmed” – England Rugby fans will be in the pub late for 2023 World Cup

To catch all the important fixtures of the 2023 Rugby World Cup, England fans will have to stay up late and head to the pub.

This is because several group matches, including two of Eddie Jones’ men’s four pool fixtures, will have late evening kickoffs.

For those interested in the schedules for England, Ireland, Scotland, and Wales, we have provided a list of their fixtures with corresponding UK kickoff times.

Rugby World Cup Fixtures: Home Nations:

*England fixtures in bold.

Round 1:

Saturday 9th September: England vs Argentina, 20:00 kick-off: Pool D

Saturday 9th September: Ireland vs Romania, 14:30 kick-off: Pool B

Sunday 10th September: South Africa vs Scotland, 16:45 kick-off: Pool B

Sunday10th September: Wales vs Fiji, 20:00 kick-off: Pool C

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Round 2:

Saturday 16th September: Wales vs Final Qualifier Winner, 16:45 kick-off: Pool C

Saturday 16th September: Ireland vs Tonga, 20:00 kick-off: Pool B

Sunday 17th September: England vs Japan, 20:00 kick-off: Pool D

Alex Lozowski of England commits a tackle during the Quilter International Match between England and Japan at Twickenham Stadium, Twickenham, London on 17th November 2018. [Photo: James Fearn/PPAUK]