Host nation Japan will be looking to repeat their famous miracle over South Africa when the two nations clash in a 2019 Rugby World Cup World Cup quarter-final. This is The Roar’s comprehensive guide to live streaming the big game, or watching it on TV.
After a spirited performance in the group stages saw them progress to the knockout stage, Japan have become just about everybody’s second team as they look to progress to the semi-finals for the first time.
How to watch Japan vs South Africa on TV
There’s only one option for watching this game on television – Fox Sports.
With live coverage for the entire tournament and exclusive coverage for certain games, this is one of two quarter-finals that will be not be available on free-to-air.
Fox Sports 503’s pre-game coverage commences immediately after the previous quarter-final – between Wales and France – concludes. Kick-off is scheduled for 9:15pm.
To access the game on TV, you’ll need valid Foxtel TV subscription – with the sports package included.
How to watch live stream Japan vs South Africa online
There are a few more options available if you’d rather stream the game online, but they’re highly unlikely to be free.
Kayo Sports is the most flexible option. While a Kayo subscription costs $25 a month, you may be eligible for a free trail depending on availability and your circumstances. Kayo lets you live stream all sports content on Fox Sports’ channels, while also providing on-demand replays for a lot of events.
If you’re interested in streaming more Foxtel content than just sports, Foxtel Now is the way to go. If you already have a Foxtel TV subscription, but can’t get to a TV, you can simply use the Foxtel App that’s included as part of your subscription.
As always, The Roar will have you covered with live scores, blog and highlights of all the action.