The 2019 Rugby World Cup is almost upon us, with the tournament in Japan to start on September 20.
Because we don’t want you to miss a second of the action, we’ve put together a handy PDF of the RWC draw for you to save or print out, with all kick-off dates and times in Sydney/Melbourne time (AEST up until October 6, AEDT once daylights savings starts on October 6).
All of the matches of the Rugby World Cup will be shown live on Fox Sports, which you can stream online using a Kayo Sports subscription. Free-to-air broadcaster Channel Ten will be carrying some select games, including all Wallabies matches, two quarter-finals, both semi-finals, the third-fourth playoff and the final.
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