Who will win the Rugby World Cup in 2023? by The TRU Team Friday 29 January 2021. The countdown is on ahead of the next Rugby World Cup, with just two years to go until the tournament heads to France for its tenth edition. The event will also mark 200 years since the game’s traditional establishment. And although the story of the sport’s ...
The USA and Canada will both take narrow leads into the second legs of their Rugby World Cup 2023 qualifiers following thrilling victories on Saturday. Bidding to qualify directly to RWC 2023 as Americas 1, the USA hosted Uruguay in Glendale for the first match in a home-and-away series and came out on top, 19-16.
The road to the 2023 Rugby World Cup in France is well underway, and while we are still almost a full two years away from Rugby’s biggest tournament starting, big news are already coming out from various ends of the Rugby world, especially regarding how all the action might end up unfolding in France come November 4th, 2023.
Samoa seal Rugby World Cup 2023 qualification with play-off win over Tonga Manu Samoa will take their place in Pool D at France 2023 having secured a 79-28 aggregate win against Tonga in Hamilton on Saturday.
In Pool B, Senegal were the only team to win both their fixtures, following up an earlier 20-19 win over Kenya with a 20-5 victory against Zambia. Kenya bounced back to beat Zambia 45-8 on Sunday to finish runners-up behind the Lions.
A 34-15 victory over USA in Montevideo sees Los Teros join New Zealand, France and Italy in Pool A. Meanwhile, Canada are eliminated from the qualification process after a 33-24 defeat to Chile. Uruguay and USA meet with Americas 1 place at Rugby World Cup 2023 on the line. New Zealand, France and Italy wait to see which of the teams will join them in Pool A as the Eagles take a three-point advantage into Saturday’s second leg in Montevideo.
Uruguay overturned a three-point deficit against the USA from the first leg to qualify for Rugby World Cup 2023 in France. Outscoring the Eagles four tries to two, Uruguay put last weekend’s 19-16 defeat behind them to run out 34-15 winners on the day and 50-34 on aggregate.
Jones says England exiles must show ‘will’ to win World Cup In the process, he has deprived himself of 276 caps’ worth of experience as he looks to freshen up England ahead of the 2023 World ...
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