The 20 teams which started out in the quest for the Webb Ellis Cup in France are being whittled down to eight. Find out who has made the quarter-finals.
The action in the men's Rugby World Cup 2023 is heating up.
Twenty teams started the 10th edition of rugby union's showpiece event in France.
2003 champions England and Wales are the first teams to book their spots in the quarter-finals.
Rugby World Cup holders South Africa should qualify from Pool B despite their defeat in a thriller against unbeaten Ireland, while the New Zealand All Blacks have looked in ominously good form since their opening reverse to hosts France.
Two-time champions Australia are heading for an early exit after a shock defeat to Fiji and a humbling by Wales in Pool C.
Argentina and Japan meet in a straight shoot-out to decide who joins Pool D winners England in the last eight.
The group stage concludes next Sunday (8 October) with the quarter-finals taking place the following weekend.