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Here Are The Dates And Times For The World Cup Quarter-Final Games

Here Are The Dates And Times For The World Cup Quarter-Final Games
By Maurice Brosnan Updated
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Japan's victory over Scotland has secured the hosts a spot in the final eight of the Rugby World Cup. It also means Ireland are set for a huge challenge against New Zealand next weekend.

Japan go through top of Pool A, Ireland are second.

The Rugby World Cup quarter-finals start next Saturday, 19 October.

England vs Australia, 8.15am Irish time 

New Zealand vs Ireland, 11.15am Irish time 

Sunday 20 October, 

Wales vs France, 8.15am Irish time 

Japan vs South Africa, 11.15am Irish time 

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A) Extra-time of ten minutes each way (with an interval of five minutes).

B) If extra-time does not produce a winner, it is ‘sudden death’. This period lasts a maximum of ten minutes and the first team to score any points wins.

C) Kicking competition.

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