Rugby World Cup 2019 – odds, schedule & results

Table
Schedule
Rugby World Cup 2019 - Group A
Game
Result
12:45 20/9
30 - 10
09:45 22/9
27 - 3
12:15 24/9
9 - 34
09:15 28/9
19 - 12
12:15 30/9
34 - 0
12:15 3/10
35 - 0
12:30 5/10
12:30 5/10
38 - 19
09:15 9/10
61 - 0
12:45 12/10
47 - 5
12:45 13/10
28 - 21
Rugby World Cup 2019 - Group B
Game
Result
11:45 21/9
23 - 13
07:15 22/9
47 - 22
09:45 26/9
48 - 7
11:45 28/9
57 - 3
12:15 2/10
63 - 0
11:45 4/10
49 - 3
06:45 6/10
71 - 9
12:15 8/10
66 - 7
06:45 12/10
0 - 0
05:15 13/10
0 - 0
Rugby World Cup 2019 - Group C
Game
Result
09:15 21/9
23 - 21
12:15 22/9
35 - 3
12:45 26/9
12:45 26/9
45 - 7
06:45 28/9
28 - 12
09:45 2/10
09:45 2/10
33 - 9
10:00 5/10
39 - 10
09:45 6/10
23 - 21
06:45 9/10
47 - 17
10:15 12/10
0 - 0
07:45 13/10
07:45 13/10
19 - 31
Rugby World Cup 2019 - Group D
Game
Result
06:45 21/9
39 - 21
12:15 23/9
43 - 14
07:15 25/9
27 - 30
07:15 29/9
33 - 7
09:45 29/9
25 - 29
07:15 3/10
10 - 45
07:15 5/10
45 - 10
11:45 9/10
11:45 9/10
29 - 17
12:15 11/10
27 - 8
10:15 13/10
35 - 13
Results
Game
Results
10:00 2/11
2/11 10:00
Rugby World Cup
12 - 32
10:00 1/11
1/11 10:00
Rugby World Cup
40 - 17
10:00 27/10
27/10 10:00
Rugby World Cup
16 - 19
10:00 26/10
26/10 10:00
Rugby World Cup
19 - 7
12:15 20/10
20/10 12:15
Rugby World Cup
3 - 26
09:15 20/10
20/10 09:15
Rugby World Cup
20 - 19
12:15 19/10
19/10 12:15
Rugby World Cup
46 - 14
09:15 19/10
19/10 09:15
Rugby World Cup
40 - 16
12:45 13/10
13/10 12:45
Rugby World Cup
28 - 21
10:15 13/10
13/10 10:15
Rugby World Cup
35 - 13
Form table 5 latest games in Rugby-VM
Rugby World Cup 2019 - Group B5 most recent MP W D L GF-GA MS Pts
1Japan 4 4 0 0 115-62 53 12
2New Zealand 4 3 1 0 157-22 135 10
3South Africa 4 3 0 1 185-36 149 9
4Ireland 4 3 0 1 121-27 94 9
5Scotland 3 2 0 1 98-27 71 6
6Italy 2 2 0 0 95-29 66 6
7Namibia 4 0 1 3 34-175 -141 1
8Russia 2 0 0 2 19-64 -45 0
Teams goal form in
Offensive Goals for/game
1South Africa37.4286
2New Zealand35.7143
3Australia30.4000
4Scotland29.7500
5Fiji27.5000
6England27.1429
7Ireland27.0000
8Wales27.0000
9Argentina26.5000
10Italy24.5000
11Japan23.6000
12France19.6000
13Tonga16.7500
14Georgia16.2500
15Uruguay15.0000
16Samoa14.5000
17USA13.0000
18Namibia8.5000
19Russia4.7500
20Canada3.5000
Defensive Goals for/game
1South Africa9.5714
2New Zealand10.2857
3England10.7143
4Scotland13.7500
5France14.2000
6Ireland14.6000
7Japan17.6000
8Italy19.5000
9Wales21.0000
10Australia21.6000
11Argentina22.7500
12Tonga26.2500
13Fiji27.0000
14Georgia30.5000
15Samoa32.0000
16Uruguay35.0000
17USA39.0000
18Russia40.0000
19Namibia43.7500
20Canada44.2500

The 2019 Rugby World Cup will start on September 20th, and play out until November 2nd. New Zealand are defending champions, after winning back-to-back titles and are looking to secure a hat-trick in 2019.

Schedule and dates for the 2019 Rugby World Cup

Group stage: Sept 20 – Oct 13
Quarter finals: Oct 19 – Oct 20
Semi final: Oct 26 –  Oct 27
Third place: Nov 1
Final: Nov 2

Winner odds

New Zealand are looking to score their third consecutive win, and to secure the hat-trick. The winner odds ahead of the championship strongly suggest that this might be the case. South Africa, England, Ireland and Wales are considered to be the main competition this year – and the player who dares to gamble a bit could get a great reward out of it. This is how the top 10 looks at Unibet:

WinnerOdds
New Zealand11/8
South Africa4/1
England9/2
Ireland9/1
Wales9/1
Australia14/1
France28/1
Argentina40/1
Scotland40/1
Japan200/1

Odds from Unibet 13/9 2019 

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Rugby World Cup groups 2019

Group A

Ireland
Japan
Russia
Samoa
Scotland

Group B

Italy
Canada
Namibia
New Zealand
South Africa

Group C

Argentina
England
France
Tonga
USA

Group D

Australia
Fiji
Georgia
Uruguay
Wales

The Rugby World Cup

The Rugby World Cup is played once every 4th year, and is one of the biggest sport events in the world. The sport might not be very well-known in all countries the same way that for example football is, but it is extremely popular in England, New Zealand, Australia etc.

New Zealand is the most successful team

The first Rugby World Cup was played in 1987. In 2015, New Zealand became the new most succesful team in the championship’s history – as they defended the title and won their third gold medal. There are only four different nations that has won the Rugby World Cup – New Zealand, Australia, South Africa and England. The winning team is, apart from the title, also awarded with the Webb Ellis Trophy .

Other than the four nations that has claimed a World Cup title, France is the only other team that has reached the final. France has played in the final on three occasions, but are yet to claim a title. Other medalists are Argentina and Wales, with one bronze medal each.

Previous Rugby World Cup winners

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

How the Rugby World Cup is played

The play of the Rugby World cup is very familiar to the World Cups of many other sports. The 20 teams are divided into four four groups, A to D, where the top two teams from each group moves on to the play-offs. Starting from the quarter finals, the losing team in the match will be eliminated. The losing teams in the quarter finals will however play each other for the bronze.