Hosts France will take on New Zealand in the opening match on September 8 at the Stade de France in Paris; Ireland’s quest to progress beyond the quarter-finals for the first time will start against a European qualifier in Bordeaux on September 9; Scotland face South Africa on September 10
Last Updated: 26/02/21 12:09pm
England will begin their 2023 Rugby World Cup campaign against Argentina on September 9 in Marseille while Scotland will kick-off against defending champions South Africa a day later.
Ireland’s quest to progress beyond the quarter-finals for the first time will start against a European qualifier in Bordeaux on September 9 and Wales face Fiji on September 10.
Hosts France will take on three-time winners New Zealand in the opening match on September 8 at the Stade de France in Paris.
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