LATEST: Rugby World Cup pool tables – and how the point work

Here are the latest Rugby World Cup 2019 pool tables.

The 20 nations are split into four pools of five, with 40 group matches in total and a round-robin with each team playing their pool rivals once.

Four points are awarded for a win during that initial phase, with two points for a draw and (obviously) none for a loss.

A try bonus point can be gained for running in four or more tries in a single contest, while a losing bonus point is awarded to a team if they lose by seven or fewer points.

Latest Rugby World Cup 2019 pool tables

Pool A

TeamPWDLPFPA+/-BPTS
Japan11003010+2015
Ireland000000000
Scotland000000000
Russia10011030-2000
Samoa000000000

Pool B

TeamPWDLPFPA+/-BPTS
New Zealand000000000
South Africa000000000
Italy000000000
Namibia000000000
Canada000000000

Pool C

TeamPWDLPFPA+/-BPTS
France11002321+204
Argentina10012123-211
England000000000
Tonga000000000
United States000000000

Pool D

TeamPWDLPFPA+/-BPTS
Australia11003921+1815
Wales000000000
Georgia000000000
Uruguay000000000
Fiji10012139-1800

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