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Winner of the last two Rugby World Cups and the top-ranked team in the world, the All Blacks are favorites to complete an unprecedented hat-trick of titles. Can they do it again? Here's everything you need to know about All Blacks 

All Blacks in World Cup

When will All Blacks play at the Rugby World Cup?

The first game will be facing South Africa at South Africa on Saturday, September 21 at 6:45 pm, Japanese Time.

The local timing of the match is:

  • Auckland: Saturday 9:45 pm
  • Cape Town: Saturday at 11:45 am
  • Sydney: Saturday at 7:45 pm

The second game is against Repechage winner at Oita Stadium on Wednesday, October 2 at 7:15 pm Japanese Time.

The local timing of the match is:

  • Auckland: Wednesday 10:15 pm
  • Cape Town: Wednesday 12:15 am
  • Sydney: Wednesday 8:15 pm

All Blacks will play its third pool match against Namibia at Tokyo Stadium on Sunday, October 6 at 1:45 pm.

  • Auckland: Sunday 4:45 pm
  • Cape Town: Sunday 6:45 am
  • Sydney: Sunday 2:15 pm 

It will play Italy at City of Toyota Stadium on Saturday, October 12 at 1:45pm.

  • Auckland: Saturday 16.45 pm
  • Cape Town: Saturday 6:45 pm
  • Sydney: Saturday 2:45pm 

When will the final of the Rugby World Cup be held?

The opening match of the 2019 Rugby World Cup will begin on Friday, September 20 when nations from around the world compete for the William Webb Ellis Award in Japan.

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What pool is All Blacks in this Rugby World Cup?

New Zealand is at Pool B with South Africa, Italy, Namibia, and Repechage winner - Canada, Germany, Hong Kong or Kenya.

The All Blacks are reigning champions, the world's No. 1 team and favorites to win the third World Cup in a row. They should qualify comfortably from their Pool, along with South Africa. It is all about who finishes top.


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How does the Rugby World Cup work?

There are 20 teams at the Cup.

They are: Ireland, Scotland, Russia, Japan, Samoa, New Zealand, South Africa, Namibia, Italy, England, France, USA, Tonga, Argentina, Australia, Wales, Fiji, Uruguay, Georgia, plus another side yet to be named.

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There are four pools of five countries. Sides play all the others in their pool play. The top 2 in each pool go into the knock-out stages.

Teams progress through quarter-finals to semi-finals and then to a final, if successful. There is also a third and fourth play-off for the bronze medal for the losing semi-finalist.

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