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South Africa are back on track in Pool B ahead of their important showdown with Canada.

An opening day defeat to New Zealand put the Springboks on the back foot while Italy impressed with two victories to kick off their campaign.

However, South Africa dominated Italy in a 49-3 win to put them back in the driving seat for a place in the knockout rounds.

Rugby World Cup 2019: Fixtures, dates, times, TV and live stream schedule
Canada have fallen to consecutive losses in their two games so far, including a haunting 63-0 defeat to the All Blacks.

South Africa will smell blood as they aim to get by with a routine win.

RadioTimes.com has rounded up everything you need to know about how to watch the South Africa v Canada game on TV and online.

What time is South Africa v Canada?
South Africa v Canada will kick off at 11:15am on Tuesday 8th October 2019.

Where is South Africa v Canada?
The game will take place at Kobe Misaki Stadium, Kobe City. Capacity: 30,132

How to watch and live stream South Africa v Canada
Fans can tune in to watch the game for free on ITV4 from 10:45am.

You can also live stream the match via ITV Hub on a range of devices including laptops, smartphones and tablets.

How to watch Rugby World Cup highlights
ITV are showing full highlights of every Rugby World Cup fixture on the evening of each day of action.

Most highlights shows will take place around 7:30pm, though occasional days may differ.

For exact timings, check out our RadioTimes.com TV listings page.

Pool B – Rugby World Cup fixtures
South Africa v Canada

Tuesday 8th October

New Zealand v Italy

Saturday 12th October

Namibia v Canada

Sunday 13th October

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South Africa vs Canada

South Africa vs Canada : Two-time champion South Africa seeks a bonus-point win at the expense of Canada to be certain of advancing to the quarterfinals in the only Rugby World Cup match on Tuesday.

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The teams meet indoors in Kobe’s Misaki Stadium, and both teams are wary of controlling possession. All three previous games in Kobe — England-United States, Scotland-Samoa, Ireland-Russia — have suffered from more than 30 handling errors each in humid conditions. But the Tier One side has won each time.

The Springboks have rebounded from their opening loss to New Zealand by beating Namibia 57-3 and 14-man Italy 49-3, and expect their second-string team to manage Canada.

The Canadians have lost to Italy 48-7 and to New Zealand 63-0, and are building to a last Pool B match against Namibia this weekend.

South Africa vs Canada Live: South Africa vs Canada Live Stream Online Free Channel, 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.

Prediction: Stranger things happen at sea, but South Africa are tipped to win by 62 or more.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.What time does South Africa vs Canada kick off?
This Rugby World Cup Pool B clash will take place on Tuesday, October 8.

It kicks off at 11.15am UK time – that is 7.15pm in Japan, 6.15am in Canada and 12.15pm in South Africa.

The match is being held at Misaki Park Stadium in Kobe.

What TV channel is South Africa vs Canada on and can I live stream it?
South Africa vs Canada is live on ITV4, with coverage underway from 10.45am.

To live stream, you can head to ITV Hub or TV Player.

SuperSport is the South African broadcaster for the Rugby World Cup, while TSN have the Canadian rights.While Canada has faced New Zealand in three of the last five Rugby World Cups, they’ve faced South Africa only once in the quadrennial tournament, in a game still known as the Battle of Boet Eramus, in Port Elizabeth, South Africa, in 1995.

South Africa vs Canada

South Africa vs Canada : 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.

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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.

For the RWC, we’ll be using a prediction algorithm from a New Zealand anorak.

Prediction: Stranger things happen at sea, but South Africa are tipped to win by 62 or more.

Springboks vs Canada

Springboks vs Canada : South Africa are expected to breeze past Canada in Tuesday’s Rugby World Cup, and are expected to rest key players ahead of the knockout stages

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The Springboks have won their Pool B ties against Italy and Namibia, but lost their opener against defending champions Zimbabwe.

South Africa’s players will be given two days off after the Canada match to spend time with their families having already been in Japan for five weeks.

What time does South Africa vs Canada kick off?
This Rugby World Cup Pool B clash will take place on Tuesday, October 8.

It kicks off at 11.15am UK time – that is 7.15pm in Japan, 6.15am in Canada and 12.15pm in South Africa.

The match is being held at Misaki Park Stadium in Kobe.

What TV channel is South Africa vs Canada on and can I live stream it?
South Africa vs Canada is live on ITV4, with coverage underway from 10.45am.

To live stream, you can head to ITV Hub or TV Player.

SuperSport is the South African broadcaster for the Rugby World Cup, while TSN have the Canadian rights.

Canada’s coach Kingsley Jones has made six changes to the side that lost 63-0 to world champions New Zealand in their last outing, with props Hubert Buydens and Jake Ilnicki either side of hooker Andrew Quattrin in a completely new front row.

Ticket target hit
Rugby World Cup organisers announced on Friday they had hit their target of selling 1.8 million tickets during the tournament.

Despite fears that crowds might be sparse in Japan, not a traditional rugby nation, fans have turned out in their droves, packing stadiums even for games not involving tournament heavyweights.

World Rugby chief Bill Beaumont said the tournament had “captured the hearts and minds of a nation and the global rugby family” and congratulated the Japanese organised for hitting their milestone.

There are now a “limited” number of tickets available on the official ticketing website, as sponsors and nations hand back some seats, organisers said.

“While tickets remain available, our advice to fans is to only buy through official channels to avoid being disappointed,” said Beaumont.

Ticket prices vary widely, from 100,000 yen ($936) for the best seats at the final, to 2,000 yen for the cheapest entry to the pool game between USA v Tonga.

Springboks vs Canada

Springboks vs Canada : Two-time champion South Africa seeks a bonus-point win at the expense of Canada to be certain of advancing to the quarterfinals in the only Rugby World Cup match on Tuesday.

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The teams meet indoors in Kobe’s Misaki Stadium, and both teams are wary of controlling possession. All three previous games in Kobe — England-United States, Scotland-Samoa, Ireland-Russia — have suffered from more than 30 handling errors each in humid conditions. But the Tier One side has won each time.

The Springboks have rebounded from their opening loss to New Zealand by beating Namibia 57-3 and 14-man Italy 49-3, and expect their second-string team to manage Canada.

The Canadians have lost to Italy 48-7 and to New Zealand 63-0, and are building to a last Pool B match against Namibia this weekend.

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Springboks vs Canada: Teams
South Africa: Willemse, Gelant, De Allende, Steyn, Nkosi; Jantjies, Reinach; T Du Toit, Brits, Koch, Snyman, Mostert, Kolisi (capt), Smith, Louw.

Replacements: Marx, Kitshoff, Malherbe, Ebtzebeth, P Du Toit, Jantjies, Pollard, Le Roux.

Canada: Coe; Hassler, Trainor, Hearn, Van der Merwe; Nelson, Mack; Buydens, Quattrin, Ilnicki, Olmstead, Baillie, Rumball, Heaton, Ardron (capt).

Replacements: Piffero, Sears-Duru, Tierney, Larsen, Sheppard, Mackenzie, O’Leary, Du Toit

Springboks vs Canada Live

Springboks vs Canada Live : All the stats and facts for the Springboks’ final World Cup pool match against Canada in Kobe on Tuesday.

Canada have been playing international rugby since 1932 and competed in every Rugby World Cup tournament since 1987.

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The Springboks’ first Test match against Canada, also known as the Canucks, was during the Rugby World Cup in South Africa in 1995. The Springboks won the match at the Boet Erasmus Stadium in Port Elizabeth 20-0.

Springboks vs Canada: Match preview
There’s only one match at the Rugby World Cup on Tuesday as South Africa face Canada.

Starting with Canada, they are yet to win a match in Japan.

Canada have lost to the All Blacks and Italy in their two matches at the RWC.

As for the Springboks, this will be their fourth and final Pool B match.

After losing to the All Blacks in their opener, South Africa have rebounded with wins against Italy and Namibia.

Can Canada spring one of the great rugby shocks and beat South Africa? Don’t bank on it.

Five years later, the second Test between the two teams took place at Waverley Park in East London when the Springboks were again the victors, the score 51-18.

The Test match on Tuesday will feature only one Springbok who played in the Test in East London, but this time as the Springbok coach, Rassie Erasmus.

The total Test caps for the Springbok starting lineup is 396.

There are 177 caps in the Springbok backline with 219 caps among the forwards. On the bench there are a further 349 caps.

The average caps per player in the Springboks’ backline is 25, the forwards 27 while the players on the bench average 44.

The average age of the Springboks’ starting fifteen is 27.

Handre Pollard is the Springbok record holder for most penalty goals (26) in World Cup tournaments. He is now also the new record holder for a Springbok with most points (115) in World Cups. He surpassed the record of Percy Montgomery (111) in the Test against Italy on Friday.