the XV of France will face Wales in the quarter-finals

Unsurprisingly, the Welsh beat Uruguay (35-13) on Sunday (13 October) in Kumamoto.

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We now know the future opponent of France for the quarter-finals. Unsurprisingly, the Welsh beat Uruguay (35-13) on Sunday (13 October) in Kumamoto. This new win for Wales, unbeaten since the beginning of the tournament, allows him to finish first in Pool D. The XV Leek will face the French in the quarterfinals, Sunday, October 20, in Oita, southern Japan .

The Welsh win gives Australia the second place in Pool D, which faces England in the quarter-finals on 19 October. The poster of the last two quarter-finals will be determined after the match Japan-Scotland, played in the evening (19:45 local, 12:45 French) in Yokohama.

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Ireland (Pool A), New Zealand and South Africa (Pool B) are already qualified. The last ticket is played between Japanese and Scots in Kumamoto. The match was confirmed at the start of the day by the organizers of the match, despite the passing of Typhoon Hagibis, which killed at least 14 people and caused enormous damage.

The match, at the center of a controversy between Japanese and Scots, was announced at 11 am, just over eight hours before the kickoff of the match, following an inspection mission of the stadium and its lawn.

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