A Final Curtain Call For the RWC: Pool D

A Final Curtain Call For the RWC: Pool D

The 2023 Rugby World Cup is rapidly approaching with the days counting down until the best sides across the globe head to France in search of glory.

Teams have begun their preparations ahead of the global showpiece beginning with their training camps. However, attention shifts to the warm-up matches as nations sharpen their blades.

We have compiled four pieces where fans can find all the warm-up fixtures and their results as the build-up to rugby’s biggest event continues. This one takes a look at pool D:

Pool D


August 5: Wales 20-9 England, Principality Stadium, Cardiff

August 12: England 19-17 Wales, Twickenham Stadium, London

August 19: Ireland 29-10 England, Aviva Stadium, Dublin

August 26: England v Fiji, Twickenham Stadium, London


July 22: Japan 22-24 Samoa, Sapporo Dome, Sapporo

July 29: Japan 21-16 Tonga, Hanazono Rugby Stadium, Osaka

August 5: Japan 12-35 Fiji, Prince Chichibu Memorial Stadium, Tokyo

August 26: Italy v Japan, Stadio Comunale di Monigo, Treviso


August 5: Argentina 13-24 South Africa, Velez Sarsfield, Buenos Aires

August 26: Spain v Argentina, Estadio Civitas Metropolitano, Madrid



July 22: Japan 22-24 Samoa, Sapporo Dome, Sapporo

July 29: Samoa 19-33 Fiji, Apia Park, Apia

August 5: Samoa 34-9 Tonga, Apia Park, Apia

August 26: Ireland v Samoa, Aviva Stadium, Dublin


July 29: Uruguay 26-25 Chile, Estadio Charrua, Montevideo

August 12: Chile 28-26 Namibia, Estadio Germán Becker, Temuco

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