What time are the Rugby World Cup matches on TV today?

What time are the Rugby World Cup matches on TV today?

It’s already been a big weekend in the Rugby World Cup, and it’s not over yet. With three more games today, including a major showdown which could dictate how Wales’ pool shapes up, you shouldn’t switch your TV off just yet.

Every one of the games, as with the rest of the tournament, is available live on ITV. Today’s fixtures will see Fiji trying to put right what narrowly went wrong last weekend, South Africa looking to continue their success and Japan take on a resilient England side.

We’ve got all the fixtures for Sunday, September 16, and all the other details you’ll need, here:

What Rugby World Cup matches are on today?

There are three matches to enjoy today – including a Wales fixture. Here are the details:

  • South Africa v Romania (2pm): Romania didn’t have the best start to the World Cup, losing 82-8 to world #1-ranked Ireland. In their second game they face off against Jacques Nienaber’s fancied South Africa side, which saw off a formidable Scotland team on the opening weekend.
  • Australia v Fiji (4.45pm): This should be a tasty one, with a Fiji team that’ll be smarting from narrow defeat to Wales after a tantalising performance aiming to put things right. There’s nothing to say Fiji couldn’t still do something in this pool – but they’ll need to get past Australia.
  • England v Japan (8pm): No hiccups yet for England after a red card couldn’t prevent Steve Borthwick’s side beating Arge
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