Rugby World Cup 2019 England vs New Zealand, semi-final: Live online

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Rugby World Cup 2019 England vs New Zealand, semi-final: Live online

England has enjoyed a fantastic Rugby World Cup so far, but they have it all to do in the semi-finals when they take on New Zealand in Yokohama.

Rugby World Cup 2019 England vs New Zealand, semi-final: Live online start time Saturday, October 26, 2019, at 5 PM – 8 PM UTC+01 Live online. thanks, page admin

It has been an impressive run to the final four for the English and they are coming off a confidence-boosting win over Australia in the quarter-finals as they dismissed the Wallabies 40-16. The All Blacks have been even more rampant, though, comfortably seeing off Ireland 46-14 in the last eight, while they racked up 157 points in their three pool games. The winners will return to the same International Stadium in Yokohama the following Saturday to take on either Wales or South Africa, who meet on Sunday morning.

What time is England vs New Zealand in the Rugby World Cup semi-final? live

The match is on Saturday 26 October with kick-off at 9 am UK time at Nissan Stadium, Yokohama.

How did England reach the semi-final? live

England stormed into the World Cup semi-finals with two tries for winger Jonny May, brilliant kicking by Owen Farrell and a superb defensive display driving them to a convincing 40-16 win over Australia.
England turned the game with two tries inside three minutes midway through the first half as May finished a good move for the first, then grabbed a second after Henry Slade intercepted on his own 22, galloped clear then cleverly kicked perfectly into the path of his galloping left-winger.
Three Christiano Lealiifano penalties kept Australia in touch at 17-9 at the break and Marika Koroibete’s try soon after cutting the lead to a point but prop Kyle Sinckler then blasted through and, and after Farrell’s goalkicking stretched the lead, Anthony Watson finished it in style with a fourth try.
It was England’s seventh successive victory over their old rivals and made it three out of three in World Cup quarter-finals following their upset wins of 1995 and 2007.
They will now play either New Zealand or Ireland, who meet in Tokyo later on Saturday, in next weekend’s semi-finals.

England has had a tough time, as most teams have, against New Zealand over the years. In 41 matches between the sides, England has won seven, lost 33 and picked up one draw. Three times the teams have met at the Rugby World Cup, with England winning all three – in the 1991 pool stage, 1995 semi-final, and 1999 pool stage. The All Blacks have won the last six matches against England, with the men in white last scoring a victory over the All Blacks at Twickenham in December 2012. However, if there was cause for some optimism, it was that the last loss to the Kiwis, was by a single point, as the All Blacks beat England 16-15 at Twickenham last November.

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