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How To Watch South Africa vs Ireland Rugby World Cup Match On TV

How To Watch South Africa vs Ireland Rugby World Cup Match

Published on September 23rd, 2023

South Africa and Ireland are gearing up for a highly anticipated showdown in one of the marquee matches of this year’s Rugby World Cup pool stage, scheduled for this Saturday.

As two frontrunners for the championship title, both teams remain undefeated and are eager to secure a significant victory to position themselves at the forefront of their group.

South Africa managed to secure a hard-fought triumph against Scotland before effortlessly defeating Romania, while Ireland has registered comfortable wins over Romania and Tonga in their initial two matches.

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South Africa vs. Ireland Match Time

The South Africa vs. Ireland match, scheduled to kick off at 8 pm BST, would be at 12:30 am IST (Indian Standard Time) on Sunday, September 24th.

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How Can Watch The Rugby World Cup South Africa vs Ireland Match?

Viewers in the United Kingdom can watch the match live on ITV1, with coverage on the channel starting at 11:45 pm IST (Indian Standard Time). Registered users can also stream the action via ITVX.

If you’re traveling abroad and want to watch the event, you might need a VPN to unblock your streaming app.

Viewers using a VPN need to make sure that they comply with any local regulations where they are and also with the terms of their service provider.

South Africa vs. Ireland Team News

South Africa fielded a modified lineup against Romania but has reverted to their full-strength team for this match.

Rassie Erasmus has made only one alteration from the squad that triumphed over Scotland in the Springboks’ first game of the tournament.

The change is in the front row, with Bongi Mbonambi stepping in for the injured Malcolm Marx.

There’s also positive news in the second row, with Eben Etzebeth recovering from a shoulder injury sustained against Scotland and returning to the starting lineup.

Meanwhile, Ireland has made just one adjustment from the squad that defeated Tonga last weekend.

Jamison Gibson-Park takes the scrum-half position, replacing Conor Murray. Additionally, Dan Sheehan, who has recovered from injury, is back on the bench.

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South Africa vs. Ireland Match Line UPs

South Africa XV

  1. Kurt-Lee Arendse
  2. Damian de Allende
  3. Faf de Klerk
  4. Damian Willemse
  5. Pieter-Steph du Toit
  6. Eben Etzebeth
  7. Stevan Kitshoff
  8. Cheslin Kolbe
  9. Jesse Kriel
  10. Siya Kolisi
  11. Manie Libbok
  12. Frans Malherbe
  13. Mbongeni Mbonambi
  14. Franco Mostert
  15. Jasper Wiese


  • Dean Fourie
  • Jean Kleyn
  • Ox Nche
  • Trevor Nyakane
  • Cobus Reinach
  • RG Snyman
  • Marco van Staden
  • Kwagga Smith

Ireland XV

  1. Bundee Aki
  2. Tadhg Beirne
  3. Caelan Doris
  4. Tadhg Furlong
  5. Mack Hansen
  6. Hugo Keenan
  7. Ronan Kelleher
  8. James Lowe
  9. Jonny Sexton
  10. Jamison Gibson-Park
  11. Garry Ringrose
  12. James Ryan
  13. Andrew Porter
  14. Peter O’Mahony
  15. Josh Van der Flier


  • Finlay Bealham
  • Ryan Baird
  • Robbie Henshaw
  • Iain Henderson
  • Dave Kilcoyne
  • Conor Murray
  • Dan Sheehan
  • Jack Crowley

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