Springboks v Scotland: What time is kick off on Sunday?

Springboks v Scotland: What time is kick off on Sunday?


The Springboks will launch their Rugby World Cup title defence on Sunday, 10 September, versus Scotland in Marseille. This will be followed by pool matches versus Romania in Bordeaux (17 September), Ireland in Paris (23 September) and Tonga in Marseille (1 October).

Springbok mentor Jacques Nienaber said the team’s preparations for the match versus Scotland were well underway and that they would protract the nonflexible work on and off the field this week to ensure they are ready for the rencontre on Sunday.

We said from the outset that we would tideway the tournament one match at a time, and the nonflexible work overdue the scenes to prepare for the Scotland unpeace started in Corsica (during last week’s team camp) already, said Nienaber.

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“They are ranked fifth in the world, and we know what they are capable of, so it’s vital that we hit the ground running from our first training session.

South Africa and Scotland will likewise both face Six Countries Huge homerun victors Ireland, as of now positioned as the best side on the planet, with Romania and Tonga finishing the gathering. The best two will advance through to the quarter-finals.

In their last match prior to going to France, South Africa were widespread in beating 14-man New Zealand 35-7 at Twickenham, seven days in the wake of pounding Ridges in comparative design.

Gregor Townsend's Scotland, in the mean time, beat a second-string France side last month, prior to tumbling to a limited loss against a lot more grounded Les Bleus setup as they created a presentation that will give them certainty of having an effect at the World Cup.

Fortunately, the players are used to the heat and humidity without training in these conditions in Corsica, so we are pleased with our preparations and can’t wait to uncork the tournament.

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Check out the Springboks’ Fixtures Below:

Sunday, 10 September – Springboks v Scotland (Stade Velodrome, Marseille). Kick-off time: 17:45

Sunday, 17 September – Springboks v Romania (Stade de Bordeaux, Bordeaux). Kick-off time: 15:00

Saturday, 23 September – Springboks v Ireland (Stade de France, Paris). Kick-off time: 21:00

Sunday, 1 October – Boks v Tonga (Stade Velodrome, Marseille). Kick-off time: 21:00

Weekend of 14/15 October – Quarter-finals || Weekend of 21/22 October – Semi-finals || Saturday, 28 October – Final

You can moreover trammels out all the World Cup fixtures and kick-off times here, with South Africa and France notably in the same time zone.

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Siya Kolisi is back for South Africa, with the helpful Springboks commander finishing a striking recuperation from injury to be fit so as to lead his country in France. He had knee medical procedure in April and made a fruitful return against Ridges a month ago.

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South Africa are however without experienced fly-half Handre Pollard (calf) and focus Lukhanyo Am (knee) for the competition.

Boks mentor Jacques Nienaber has rolled out four improvements to the side that destroyed the All Blacks having named his group to early meet Scotland two days.

Cheslin Kolbe is back on the wing to the detriment of Makazole Mapimpi, who isn't even named among the substitutions, with focuses Damian de Allende and Jesse Kriel supplanting Andre Esterhuizen and the harmed Canan Moodie. Jasper Wiese is additionally named at No8, with Duane Vermeulen on the seat.