The winning teams from each pool will go through to the knock out round starting on the 19th October. After news of Typhoon Hagibis, Pool B and C have had to cancel games between New Zealand v Italy and England v France topping their pools and playing in the quarter-finals.
England and New Zealand both annihilated their opponents scoring double the points against Australia and Ireland. Wales narrowly scraped passed France by 1 point and Japan was no match for South Africa as they sailed through to the next stage.
After England beat the current Rugby World Cup winners New Zealand in the semi-finals, they will be going head to head with two-time champions, South Africa, for that all important Webb Ellis Cup. But will the Roses or the Spingboks become the next champions at the International Stadium Yokohama this weekend?
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