Springboks vs England

Springboks vs England : Rugby World Cup final preview – England vs South Africa start time, TV coverage, referee. With England facing South Africa in the 2019 Rugby World Cup final on Saturday, Telegraph Sport takes a look at the latest odds to lift the Webb Ellis Cup.

Eddie Jones’ side were dominant in their 19-7 victory over reigning champions New Zealand in Yokohama and are now preparing for their third World Cup final of the millennium.

England vs South Africa

Rugby World Cup Final 2019
Team : England vs South Africa
Date: Saturday, 2 November
Time: 9 a.m.(GMT),5 a.m.(ET),6 p.m.(Local)
Venue: International Stadium Yokohama, Yokohama, Japan

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England coach Eddie Jones hailed his players for taking it to “the God of rugby” after they recorded a stunning semi-final victory over New Zealand.

England’s dominant 19-7 triumph came against a nation seeking its third successive world title.

But the All Blacks crashed to a first World Cup defeat since the 2007 tournament, with England charging forward to face twice world champions South Africa.

The Springboks are into the final after a 19-16 victory over Wales thanks to fly-half Handre Pollard’s match-winning penalty four minutes from time.

South Africa have lost only once in their last 11 games – the 23-13 pool defeat to New Zealand.

Speaking before the final, head coach Rassie Erasmus said: “We are accustomed to the way they play and we think we are in with a chance.

“They are much better than when we last faced them in November, and you could see that in the way they dismantled New Zealand, but I am not sure it will be a final won through an expansive gameplan and wonderful tries.

“We know that there are areas of our game we will need to improve on to win, and we have a six-day turnaround. We are used to a team that has a fast running game because we play New Zealand regularly, but we are still at the stage where we need to be able to adapt.”

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