South Africa vs Canada Live : South Afriva face Canada with one foot already in the Rugby World Cup quarter-finals. The Springboks sit second on ten points, thanks to their better head-to-head record over Italy – but a bonus point victory over the North Americans would secure their spot in the next round.
South Africa vs Canada Live Stream RWC 2019 Reddit online Free, kicks off at 11.15am BST on Tuesday 8 October. South Africa can all-but confirm their place in the quarter-finals of the Rugby World Cup with a bonus-point win over Canada on Tuesday morning. RWC 2019 fixtures.
South Africa vs Canada – prediction, time, live scores, TV, result and news South Africa captain Siya Kolisi accepts his side will be taking a leap into the unknown when they face Canada for the first time in nearly 20 years as they look to book their place in the World Cup quarter-finals.
A bonus-point win for the Springboks will all but assure the two-time world champions of entry into the last eight. Tuesday’s Pool B match at the Kobe Misaki Stadium will be just the third time the two countries have met, and the first since South Africa’s 51-18 victory over Canada in East London in 2000 – when current Springbok head coach Rassie Erasmus was playing for the home side.
Kolisi, who will be starting his third match in four games as he continues his return to match-fitness after a knee injury, said a South Africa side showing 13 changes from the team that beat Italy 49-3 last time had to focus on their own performance.South Africa could face Japan in the quarter-finals in a repeat of the ‘Miracle of Brighton’ when the Brave Blossoms stunned the Springboks 34-32 in the greatest World Cup upset of them all four years ago.
Japan are currently unbeaten at this edition having produced another shock win with a 19-12 success over Ireland, and Springboks assistant coach Mzwandile Stick said: “At the moment, the focus is just on the game we are playing. South Africa vs Canada: Rugby World Cup kick-off time and prediction
Kick off time: It’s the perfect time for you to sneak away for an extended lunch-time meeting. Kick off is at 12:15 SAST on 8 October 2019. It will be live on SuperSport 1.
The Springboks sit second on ten points, thanks to their better head-to-head record over Italy – but a bonus point victory over the North Americans would secure their spot in the next round. The two teams are set to meet at a Rugby World Cup for the second time in the enclosed Kobe Misaki Stadium, 24 years on from that night, which became one of the most infamous in RWC history.
On Tuesday 8 October, under a roof in Kobe, the occasion is the final Pool B match of the competition for both teams. The Boks need to win to guarantee quarter-final qualification. In 1995, under clear Eastern Cape skies, the occasion was the final pool match for both teams. And the Boks needed to win to guarantee quarter-final qualification. Hopefully, the comparisons end there.
The old Boet Erasmus Stadium in Port Elizabeth was the venue for the spiteful encounter belying PE’s moniker as the “Friendly City”. Even then, some 15 years before it was finally decommissioned, the venue was a ramshackle collection of stands that had seen better days.
But it could always produce a good atmosphere and that night, with the World Cup in full cry and the competition heading to the knockout stages, the “Boet” was heaving. The smell and smoke of grilling boerewors laced the air and beery fans sang and bantered good-naturedly. On the field though, things would not be as friendly and happy.