Argentina vs England Rugby World Cup 2023 3rd & 4th Place Live Stream

Argentina vs England Rugby World Cup 2023 Semi-final Live Stream
Argentina vs England Rugby World Cup 2023 Semi-final Live Stream

Argentina will face England in the final game of the 2023 Rugby World Cup game.

Argentina’s Rugby World Cup ambitions were crushed last week when they were overpowered by New Zealand. The Pumas’ defeat was not unexpected, and while they had wanted to be more competitive, they were just no match for the All Blacks’ quality as the game ran away from them.

Argentina was unable to keep things close as the game proceeded due to poor decision-making and blunders, and they will be eager to right the wrongs from that performance.

On the other side, England gave a magnificent performance in last week’s semi-final, pushing South Africa all the way, but they fell agonizingly short of reaching the RWC final.

The English defended tenaciously and appeared to have earned a place in the showpiece for the second time in a row, but a last-second penalty saw them fall behind for the first time in the game, and they did not have enough time to recover.

Match Details

  • Time: 8 PM BST
  • Date: Friday, October 27, 2023
  • Venue: Stade de France, Paris
  • Live Stream: ITVX website and app

Argentian vs Engalnd H2H Record

Argentina wins: 5

England wins: 20

Draws: 1

Argentina vs England Odds

Argentina to win: 11/5

England to win: 3/10

Where to watch the Argentina vs England Rugby World Cup Match?

TV channel: In the United Kingdom, the game is shown live and free to air on ITV1, with coverage commencing at 8 p.m.

Live Stream: Fans may watch the quarter-final action live online on the ITVX website and app.


Argentina and England will face off in a game that no team wants to play as they compete for third place in the Rugby World Cup.

The Pumas were thrashed by New Zealand last week, while England must regroup after coming within minutes of defeating reigning world champions South Africa.

Both teams may want to rotate here to give minutes to squad members who have played little so far, but even if that happens, England should have enough to win.