South Africa vs Wales : Wales staged a stunning fightback victory to win a gripping quarter-final in Oita after France pressed the self-destruct button .
The Six Nations champions’ 20-19 victory was secured by Ross Moriarty’s 74th-minute try that Dan Biggar converted.
A Wales win looked unlikely for long periods as an often flamboyant and brilliant French team dominated.
But the game changed course after Les Bleus lock Sebastien Vahaamahina was sent off in the 48th minute for elbowing Wales flanker Aaron Wainwright in the face.
Wales trailed by nine points at the time, but they dug deep after an earlier Wainwright try, while Biggar booted 10 points.
What is it?
Wales vs South Africa in the Rugby World Cup semi-final, Wales’ third ever.
When is it?
Tomorrow – Sunday October 27 in Yokohoma.
What time is kick-off?
It will be a 9am GMT kick-off (remember the clocks go back an hour on Sunday morning).
What TV channel is it on?
ITV, who have exclusive rights to the 2019 Rugby World Cup. You can also follow the match live here with Telegraph Sport.
Read how to watch every match live – full TV schedule.
South Africa advanced to the semi-finals with a grinding 26-3 win over Japan, bringing an end to the home team’s entertaining run at the first Rugby World Cup staged in Asia.
With a half-time score at 5-3 it was still anybody’s game. The “epic moments” of Japan’s famous win four years ago were replayed on the stadium screen during the break but it seemed only to remind the South Africans of what was at stake in the second half.
Fly-half Handre Pollard landed three penalty goals from the 44th to the 64th minutes to extend the margin to 14-3 before the game finally opened up.
Scrum-half Faf de Klerk scooted over in the 66th after a powerful driving maul from the Springboks had Japan on the back foot, and Makazole Mapimpi added his second try of the match in the 70th to put the result beyond doubt.