After 24 compelling days of Rugby World Cup 2015 action with 1.8 million+ spectators, 2,020 points, 231 tries, and 40 matches, the knock-out stages are here.
The eyes of the world will be on Cardiff and London this week with four hotly anticipated quarter-final matches. South Africa and Wales kick off proceedings at Twickenham on Saturday, before reigning world champions New Zealand take on France at the Millennium Stadium.
Argentina and Ireland then get Sunday’s action underway in the Welsh capital, followed by Australia v Scotland at Twickenham.
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