South Africa’s Rugby Globe Cup quarter-final match can be played on Saturday, October 14 or Sunday, October 15 at 8pm at Stade France.

In the semi-finals, South Africa could play on Friday, October 20 or Saturday, October 21, from 20:00 at the Stade France.

Handre Pollard, the 29-year-old fly-half, will join the South African squad on Monday as a replacement for injured Malcolm Marks ahead of their vital game against Ireland. Pollard missed out on choice for the 1st group with a calf trouble, but there has been speculation about his contact-up for weeks. Marks’ injury additional fueled the rumours.

South Africa coach Jacques Nyenaber stated Pollard was close to match fitness final month and proved his fitness by playing for Leicester Tigers in a Premiership Cup match. The group requires a calculated threat by not replacing Marks with a unique whore and as an alternative tests contingency plans in the course of a 76- win more than Romania.

The final of the 2023 Rugby Globe Cup will be held on Saturday, October 28, at 8pm at the Stade de France.

South Africa’s matches at the Rugby Globe Cup will be broadcast on ITV1 in the UK, which has exclusive rights to broadcast the tournament. Radio commentary of every single match will be offered on BBC Radio five Reside, five Sports Further and the BBC Sounds service. Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland will be “tailor produced” for the tournament. In South Africa, the tournament is broadcast on SuperSport.

By Editor