England face Australia in the World Cup quarter-finals in Oita on Saturday.
With the opening stages now complete following Sunday’s games, there is a break in live action as the clean-up operation from Typhoon Hagibis continues.
Scotland bowed out of the Rugby World Cup as hosts Japan gave their country some welcome respite from the aftermath of Typhoon Hagibis.
Wales are hopeful that fly-half Dan Biggar and centre Jonathan Davies will be fit for a likely World Cup quarter-final against France.
World Rugby has called a press conference for 4am BST in which an update will be issued on whether England’s World Cup clash with France will be moved or cancelled.
Super Typhoon Hagibis is currently on course to affect England’s rugby world cup meeting with France in Tokyo on Saturday.
Owen Farrell dismissed concern for his wellbeing after he was the victim of a dangerous tackle to the head in England’s 39-10 victory over Argentina at Tokyo Stadium.
Ireland play Russia on Thursday desperate to reignite their World Cup campaign.
Holders New Zealand enjoyed the biggest win at the 2019 Rugby World Cup with a 63-0 victory over Canada.
Jamie George has warned Argentina that their attempts to unsettle England ahead of Saturday’s pivotal World Cup showdown in Toyko could backfire.
Ireland and England have stepped up preparations for their next Rugby World Cup games in Japan.
Joe Marler insists England will match the passion of Argentina as he reflects on the incident that produced two cards when he last faced the Pumas.
Joe Schmidt has challenged Ireland to reassert their class by hitting back immediately after suffering one of the all-time World Cup shock defeats by Japan.
George Horne was still at university the last time Scotland faced Samoa at the World Cup – but he now hopes to graduate to a regular Test slot by studying Greig Laidlaw’s game.
Aberdeen Grammar will return to action at Rubislaw tomorrow after two weeks on the road.
England face the United States in their second match at the World Cup on Thursday. Here, the PA news agency looks at some talking points ahead of the Pool C encounter in Kobe.
Joey Carbery could start Ireland’s World Cup clash with Japan should Joe Schmidt opt to take no risks with Johnny Sexton.
Johnny Sexton did not train fully on Tuesday but Ireland still expect him fit to face Japan on Saturday in Shizuoka.
Scotland have suffered a fresh blow to their World Cup hopes after flanker Hamish Watson was ruled out for the rest of the tournament.
Wales kick off their Rugby World Cup campaign on Monday bidding to emulate the winning starts made by England and Ireland on Sunday.
Day three at the Rugby World Cup saw England make a winning start, Ireland defeat Scotland in fine style and Italy also open with victory.
Joe Schmidt has admitted Ireland’s six-day turnaround to face hosts Japan at the World Cup is a “frustration” that leaves head injury doubts Peter O’Mahony and Bundee Aki struggling to be available for selection.
The 2019 Rugby World Cup kicked off with hosts Japan running out 30-10 winners against Russia at Tokyo Stadium.
England open their 2019 Rugby World Cup campaign against Tonga in Sapporo on Sunday.
Wales star Dan Biggar has spoken of his “huge disappointment” over the Rob Howley affair that has rocked Wales’ World Cup camp.
Stuart Hogg has already suffered a case of mistaken identity in Japan but the Scotland star has no trouble recognising the threat facing his side in Sunday’s World Cup opener against Ireland.
Head coach Warren Gatland said the Wales team were “shocked” by the news of Rob Howley’s alleged breach of World Rugby’s betting and anti-corruption regulations.
World Rugby says it “fully supports” the Welsh Rugby Union’s “proactive approach” over the Rob Howley affair.
England face Tonga in their World Cup opener on Sunday amid a call from within their own camp to play a Test in the Pacific nation to aid a region that has enriched to the sport.
Finn Russell believes the real Scotland are ready to emerge from the wreckage of their injury-hit Six Nations and take the World Cup by storm.