England vs South Africa LivE Stream& Rugby World Cup Final 2019 Live Stream RWC 2019 Online. AFTER six weeks of thrilling rugby in Japan, we are down to the final two as England face South Africa in Yokohama.
The Red Rose produced arguably their best ever performance to dispense with the All Blacks in the semi-final, while the Springboks squeezed the life out of Wales in a close fought win.
The match is a repeat of the sides’ 2007 final in Paris where South Africa ran out 15-6 winners.
When is England vs South Africa?
England vs South Africa will take place on Saturday, November 2.
Kick-off is at 9am UK time – 11am in South Africa and 6pm in Japan.
It is being played at the Yokohama International Stadium – the same venue where Brazil beat Germany in the 2002 football World Cup final.
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What TV channel is England vs South Africa on and can I live stream it?
England vs South Africa will be live on ITV1 in the UK.
Coverage is set to start at 8am.
To stream the game live, head to the ITV Hub or create an account on TV Player.
SuperSport is the Rugby World Cup broadcaster in South Africa.
How do I watch England vs South Africa for free?
ITV1, the ITV Hub and TV Player are all free for UK viewers.
But whichever option you choose, you must have a valid TV licence.
What are the odds?
Following their win over New Zealand last week, England are unsurprisingly the hot favourites to lift the Webb Ellis trophy.
According to Ladbrokes, they are 4/9 to win in Yokohama, while South Africa are 2/1.
Jonny May tops the list for first try scorer, with Sky Bet giving him a price of 17/2, ahead of Anthony Watson and then the Springboks’ Makazole Mapimpi.
And sticking with the England set to win theme, captain Owen Farrell is 5/1 via Sky Bet to be Man of the Match, ahead of Maro Itoje and then South Africa duo Faf de Klerk and Handre Pollard.
What they said
England head coach Eddie Jones: “We know South Africa are going to come at us, and we’re going to come at them even harder.
“I’ve got no doubt that they’ll play better, but we’ll play better – we will play with no fear.
“We’re confident in the game we have and we’re confident in the way we’ve prepared.
“We’re ready to go. Hang on to your seats, because it’s the last dip of the rollercoaster.”
South Africa head coach Rassie Erasmus: “We may not be favourites but these players will leave nothing in the tank.
“We know how the wins in 1995 and 2007 lifted the country – even if it was momentarily. We want to give South Africa that experience once again.
“We have been developing some momentum through the tournament, which has come from consistency and although we know there are things we can do better this is a fit, well-practised set of combinations.