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Rugby world cup 2019 Live Online | Watch Japan RWC 2019

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Rugby world cup 2019 Live Online | Watch Japan RWC 2019

Watch Rugby world cup 2019 live stream online for free! The 2019 Rugby World Cup will be the 9th rwc and it to be held in Japan. This will be the first time the rwc tournament is to be held in Asia, and also the first time that the event will take place outside the traditional heartland of the Rugby. Tokyo Stadium in Chōfu is considered for the opening match of the 2019 Rugby World Cup, and the final match will be held at International Stadium Yokohama in Kanagawa. Hit the subscribe button now. Or watch free rwc live stream here.

It’ll be the first time the tournament’s been staged outside of the games traditional strongholds and with less than two years to go excitement is growing right across the country. Local hero a youmu guru Maru was just one of the home stars and attendants along with former World Player of the Year Wells as Shane Williams who finished his playing career in Japan.

There are some mouth-watering clashes on the opening weekend including the heavyweight contests between France and Argentina and New Zealand and South Africa. Host Japan kicked the tournament off in Tokyo on the opening night against the top European qualifier which looks likely to be Romania Tyson.

The tournament will want the hosted it to do well but from personal experience sometimes that doesn’t happen. So we’re but I think the Japanese would be great hosts. As a host country, we hope Japan will laugh will reach the peak that they did in 2015 but to be playing at home now the fans know when their team will be playing, who they’re gonna be playing against and what venues are gonna be out.

Jonny Wilkinson says..

There is definitely as you got to the last rung it was kind of like which group do you want and okay the one that England of landed in is the one that the conventional view would be the most challenging but at the same time there are serious arguments for why that would be one of the best ones to be involved in you’ve got to go there realizing that you take on the best you just got to be defensively, offensively, spirit wise, tactically, technically phenomenal in every area. if you want to win.


Bryan Habana says..

I think we’ll be relatively happy with the pool drop obviously Australia is the tough one and probably the favorites in that group. However, Georgia very good side that progressed massively over the last few years it is going to be tough but you look at some of the other groups. I think wheels would be relatively happy with the way it’s come out.


Shane Williams says..

I’m really excited with the prospect of playing the host nation Japan who will be rooming with the excitement of the way they played in the last World Cup and how they’re gone you know since then and you know rugby is growing in Japan. there’s a lot of excitement building around this. You know I’m excited about the prospect of hopefully being you know a member that squad because over I think everyone will probably be calling pool C.

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Tony Ward: November Tests are as important as Six Nations in terms of next year’s World Cup

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Tony Ward: November Tests are as important as Six Nations in terms of next year’s World Cup

Last season was the greatest in the history of Irish rugby. Not only did we succeed in doing what we thought was the impossible – a Grand Slam in an even year – but over the course of the eight months from November through to June we won 10 of the 11 Tests, coming up short in just the second of the three matches in Australia.

It was a remarkable season with Paris, and that drop goal, and Twickenham on St Patrick’s Day, delivering incredible highs given the context of each.

We finished that campaign as we started – not knowing how to lose.

I’m not sure there’s ever been a colder March 17, it was Arctic that day in London, but it didn’t matter a whit.

We are where we are because of the remarkable talent we have at our disposal but also because of the efficient running of professional rugby by the governing body in this country.

The IRFU are still on another planet when it comes to duty of care.

Given the raw material, allied to the processes put in place, where we now are in terms of status was only to be expected.

When Joe Schmidt took up the Ireland reins in 2013 we were at our lowest world ranking in history. We were ninth and lucky to be there.

Now, five years on, with three Six Nations titles, a Grand Slam, a win against New Zealand, a victory in South Africa, plus that landmark series success in Australia, for only the second time, and we are ranked second behind New Zealand with just over two percentage points in it.

Pinch yourself. That’s little old Ireland, where rugby is at best fourth in the national psyche, closing in on New Zealand where the game is an obsession.

We will not lose the run of ourselves because there is a very dangerous schedule coming up. And I’m not referring to the Aviva and the drama set to unfold in less than three weeks’ time when Steve Hansen, Kieran Read and the All Black machine rolls into town.

Other than the odd ‘made-up’ trophy there is nothing tangible over the next four weeks.

Yes, the ranking points do matter but the real incentive, albeit psychological, is in building on the self-belief engendered over the course of 2017/’18.

Schmidt is the best thing to happen Irish rugby and by a distance the best overseas coach ever to come our way.

He knows the relevance of what may seem relatively meaningless internationals against the Italians on Saturday in Chicago and the US Eagles in Dublin three Saturdays on.

This November series is not about the fireworks on November 17, it is about all four matches.

The target for next month must be four wins from four.

Do I believe we will achieve that? If I’m honest, no because even on our home patch, in what is guaranteed to be a very special occasion, the All Blacks are still operating in another gear.


Outside of the Test and Super Rugby arenas, the standard of play in the Mitre 10 Cup – the third tier in New Zealand – has to be seen to be appreciated.

Can we win? Of course we can given the coaching genius at the helm. And I use that term deliberately and conservatively.

I will be astonished if the Ireland head coach is not already earmarked for the New Zealand hot-seat post-Hansen and Japan 2019.

Back to Soldier Field and the kick-off to a hectic Test year embracing 14 international matches before we pitch up to face the Scots in Yokohama on September 22.

This November series matters every bit as much as the defence of our Grand Slam come the Six Nations in February.

However strange that might seem, the psychological build-up to Japan – where the knock-out draw, should we make it through, is horrendous – begins now if we are to add a few more substantial bricks to what was achieved on the trip Down Under back in June.

Indeed, of all the Test games scheduled over the next 11 months, the last few warm-ups in August/September against the Italians, Welsh and English will be the least important.

A couple of issues also cropped up over the weekend.

In the summer World Rugby CEO Brett Gosper suggested that the power of the Television Match Official (TMO) to interject would be pared back. Unfortunately that is not proving to be the case.

How often do we see referees getting caught up in conversation with the TMO while the game is live.

Apart from the referee being unable to concentrate fully on what he is seeing, it is shifting rugby ever closer to the stop-start nature of American football.

In the Munster/Glasgow game at Thomond the interjection regarding the grounding of the ball for a breathtaking Warriors try was frustrating but sadly typical of what is developing.

The same afternoon I watched Ross Byrne’s younger brother Harry deliver a masterclass for Lansdowne against Cork Con in the AIL. He’s now ready.

Irish Independent

Source: independent/ie