South Africa and Eire, two of the favourites for the 2023 Rugby World Cup, will face one another in a vital Pool B conflict on the Stade de France on September 23. Each groups have maintained their unbeaten information within the second spherical of World Cup fixtures, with Eire defeating Tonga by almost 60 factors and South Africa defeating Romania 76-0. The principle aim for each squads is to win the event, and a victory on this match may doubtlessly result in a better quarter-final match. Nonetheless, with sturdy groups like France and New Zealand anticipated to advance from Pool A, the benefit will not be important. The match between South Africa and Eire is scheduled for Saturday, September 23 at 8pm BST, 9pm native time.
By way of crew information, South Africa’s hooker Malcolm Marx has been dominated out of the rest of the World Cup on account of a long-term knee damage. He had performed within the Pool B win towards Scotland in Marseille, however suffered the damage throughout coaching on Wednesday. As a substitute, World Cup-winning fly-half Handre Pollard has been referred to as up by Springboks head coach Jacques Nienaber.
The match will likely be held on the Stade de France in Paris, one of many venues for the Rugby World Cup.