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The 2023 Rugby World Cup enters the knock-out phase in France

Lawrence Ostlere
Friday 13 October 2023 12:57 BST
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The 2023 Rugby World Cup enters the business end of the tournament with the quarter-finals.

France captain Antoine Dupont has declared himself "fully ready" to lead Les Bleus in Sunday's World Cup quarter-final against South Africa just over three weeks after a broken cheekbone.

"I feel very well," said the 26-year-old scrum-half. "At the time, I didn't know how serious the injury was so I thought the competition was over for me. I had to wait to get my hope back.

“I was lucky enough to have several weeks to rejuvenate and repair and have a full training week with the group. Today I am fully capable to be ready for this game on Sunday."

Here is every score so far at the tournament. Get all the latest Rugby World Cup odds here

Which cities will matches be held in?

Paris, Marseille, Lyon, Bordeaux, Lille, Saint-Etienne, Nantes, Toulouse.

When is the Rugby World Cup final?

The tournament began in Paris on 8 September with the host nation facing New Zealand, and will conclude with the final, also at the capital city’s Stade de France, on 28 October.

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