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All the eyes of the rugby union followers around the globe will be on Japan from mid-September to early November. The 2019 Rugby World Cup sees New Zealand attempting to become the first country to win the trophy in three successive tournaments.

If you wish to use a free bet on the 2019 Rugby World Cup, then it is just the same as using any free bet that you have obtained from an online bookmaker. This FREEbets.org.uk website provides its readers with a massive amount of information about the free bets that are on offer from bookmakers. When you see one that takes your fancy, all that is required is to click on the relevant banners/link and that will swiftly take you to the relevant bookmaker.

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Your next task will be to become a member of the site and then you will receive the free bets that you can use on this 2019 Rugby World Cup. This tournament sees 20 countries battling it out to be the world champions. Like the Cricket World Cup held earlier this season, the 2019 Rugby World cup is a marathon affair. It begins on September 20 and the final doesn't take place until November 2, so get ready for a long ride. Will England be able to win the trophy for the second time? Perhaps the number one ranked team in the world, Ireland, can become only the second European nation to become world champions.

Online bookies will be offering betting opportunities on all the games taking place in June and July. It's just a case of going to the site and looking for the latest odds on this tournament.

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When Does the 2019 Rugby World Cup take place?

The pool matches begin on Friday 20 September when the hosts Japan take on Russia in the Tokyo Stadium in Chofu. Not the most thrilling way to start the tournament but Japan will have a good chance of winning so it'll keep fans of the hosts happy. Here are the main dates for your diary.

  • Pool matches  - 20 September to 13 October
  • Quarter Finals - 19 and 20 October
  • Semi-Finals  - 26 and 27 October
  • Bronze Medal match  - 1 November
  • 2019 Rugby World Cup Final - 2 November

Who is taking part in the 2019 Rugby World Cup?

The tournament consists of 20 teams. They have been split into four pools, each with five countries taking part. The top two in each pool go through to the knock-out stages. Finishing third guarantees that country qualification for the next Rugby World Cup taking place in 2023, that is due to be held in France, so they will automatically qualify for that event.

Draw for the Pool Stages

Pool A: Ireland, Scotland, Japan, Russia and Samoa

Pool B: New Zealand, South Africa, Italy, Namibia and Canada

Pool C:  England, France, Argentina, USA and Tonga

Pool D:  Australia, Wales, Georgia, Fiji and Uruguay

Teams earn four points for a win. A draw is worth two points. If a team loses by less than eight points then they earn a point. Scoring four tries in a game earns a bonus point.

 

Pool Results and Tables

Pool A

20 September - Japan 30 Russia 10

22 September - Ireland 27 Scotland 3

24 September - Russia 9 Samoa 34

28 September - Japan 19 Ireland 12

30 September:  Scotland 34 Samoa 0

3 October: Ireland 35 Russia 0

5 October: Japan 38 Samoa 19

9 October: Scotland 61 Russia 0

12 October: Samoa 5 Ireland 47

13 October: Japan 28 Scotland 21

Final Standings

Japan 19 Ireland 16 Scotland 11 Samoa 5 Russia 0

 

Pool B

21 September - New Zealand 23 South Africa 13

22 September - Ialy 47 Namibia 22

26 September - Italy 48 Canada 7

28 September - South Africa 57 Namibia 3

2 October - New Zealand 63 Canada 0

4 October - South Africa 49 Italy 3

6 October - New Zealand 71 Nambia 9

8 October - South Africa 66 Canada 7

12 October - New Zealand v Italy - match cancelled and declared a 0-0 draw. Both teams receive 2 points.

13 October - Canada v Namibia - match cancelled and declared a 0-0 draw. Both teams receive 2 points.

Final Standings

New Zealand 16 South Africa 15 Italy 12 Namibia 2 Canada 2

 

Pool C

21 September - France 23 Argentina 21

22 September - England 35 Samoa 3

26 September - England 45 USA 7

28 September - Argentina 28 Tonga 12

2 October - France 33 USA 9

5 October - England 39 Argentina 10

6 October - France 23 Tonga 21

9 October - Argentina 47 USA 17

12 October - England v France - match cancelled due to the weather, match declared 0-0 draw, 2 points to each team 

13 October - USA 19 Tonga 31

Final Standings

England 17 France 15 Argentina 11 Tonga 6 USA 0 

 

Pool D

21 September - Australia 39 Fiji 21

23 September - Wales 43 Canada 14

25 September - Fiji 27 Uruguay 30

29 September - Georgia 33 Uruguay 7

29 September - Wales 29 Australia 25

3 October - Georgia 10 Fiji 45

5 October - Australia 45 Uruguay 10

9 October - Wales 29 Fiji 17

11 October - Australia 27 Georgia 8

13 October - Wales 35 Uruguay 13

Standings

Wales 19 Australia 16, Fiji 7 Georgia 5, Uruguay 4 

 

Quarter Finals

19 October - England 40 Australia 16

19 October - New Zealand 46 Ireland 14

20 October - Wales 20 France 19

20 October - Japan 3 South Africa 26

 

Semi Finals

 

26 October - England 19 New Zealand 7

27 October - Wales 16 South Africa 19

 

Third and Fourth Place Play-off

1 November -  New Zealand 40 Wales 17

 

Final

2 November - England 12 South Africa 32

 

 

Current World Rankings

  1. Ireland
  2. New Zealand
  3. England
  4. South Africa
  5. Wales
  6. Australia
  7. Scotland
  8. France
  9. Fiji
  10. Japan
  11. Argentina
  12. Georgia
  13. USA
  14. Italy
  15. Tonga
  16. Samoa
  17. Spain
  18. Romania
  19. Uruguay
  20. Russia
  21. Portugal
  22. Canada
  23. Nambia
  24. Netherlands
  25. Brazil

Previous Winners

  • 2015 - New Zealand
  • 2011 - New Zealand
  • 2007 - South Africa
  • 2003 - England
  • 1999 - Australia
  • 1995 - South Africa
  • 1991 - Australia
  • 1987 - New Zealand

Only on three occasions have the hosts won the title. 1987, when New Zealand were the co-hosts with Australiam 1995 when South Africa played in the tournament for the first time and in 2011 when New Zealand were hosts.

Other types of free 2019 Rugby World Cup Bets

There are plenty of markets on which you can use your 2019 Rugby World Cup free bets on. IIt's definitely not just about who is going to win the world cup. These include

  • The winner of each Pool
  • Name the Finalists
  • To finish second
  • To finish third
  • To qualify from their Pool
  • Top tryscorer in tournament
  • Top tryscorer for each country
  • Winner of each match
  • Handcap betting for each match
  • Half Time/Full Time
  • To win both halves
  • First scoring play
  • Half with most tries
  • Race to 10 points

Record Scores

  • 1995:  New Zealand 145 Japan 17
  • 2003:  Australia 142 Namibia 0
  • 2003:  England 111 Uruguay 3
  • 2007:  New Zealand 108 Portugal 13
  • 1999:  New Zealand 101 Italy 3
  • 1999:  England 101 Tonga 10

 

 

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