Watch New Zealand vs Ireland Rugby World Cup 2019 Quarter Finals Live streaming free Online at Tokyo Stadium, Japan. New Zealand vs Ireland Rugby Match will be kick of Saturday 19 October 2019, Time 12:15 (SAST). Welcome to watch New Zealand vs Ireland Rugby World Cup 2019 on your pc/laptop, mac, ipad. Do not wait to access this HD link, when the Rugby World Cup is mostly over and you will get live stream, scores, results and highlights.
The All Blacks topped Pool B with a record of 3 wins and 1 draw and that draw was derived from a cancelled game against Italy last weekend. They scored 22 tries and a total of 157 points in the 3 completed pool matches whilst conceding a total of just 22 points.New Zealand came into the tournament as favourites and with a record of having never lost a game in the pool stage and after they started this campaign with a 23-13 win over the Springboks, that record was never going to troubled by the likes of Canada and Namibia. Following the win over the Boks New Zealand went on to complete a 63-0 (28-0 half time) hammering of Canada and after struggling early doors they overhwlemed Namibia 71-9.The All Blacks rotated their squad in the pool matches and they have 6 players who have scored 2 tries in the tournament so far.
Pre-tournament Ireland were favourites to top Pool A and they started with an impressive 27-3 win over Scotland. However next time out the pool was blown wide open as Ireland lost 19-12 to hosts Japan, a game they led 12-3 after 20 minutes and 12-9 at half time.Ireland subsequently beat Russia 35-0 and Samoa 47-5 to finish with a record of 3 wins, 1 defeat and a points difference of +94 but they came up 3 log points adrift of Japan and hence they have to face the defending champions here.Andrew Conway is the leading Irish try scorer in the tournament with 3 whilst 5 other players have scored 2. Bundee Aki’s red card in the first half of the Samoa game has resulted in a 3 match ban meaning he will miss the remainder of the tournament.Ireland are trading at around 18/1 to win the tournament and 8/1 to reach the final.
New Zealand: 15 Beauden Barrett, 14 Sevu Reece, 13 Jack Goodhue, 12 Anton Lienert-Brown, 11 George Bridge, 10 Richie Mo’unga, 9 Aaron Smith, 8 Kieran Read (captain), 7 Sam Cane, 6 Ardie Savea, 5 Sam Whitelock, 4 Brodie Retallick, 3 Nepo Laulala, 2 Codie Taylor, 1 Joe Moody
Ireland: 15 Rob Kearney, 14 Keith Earls, 13 Garry Ringrose, 12 Robbie Henshaw, 11 Jacob Stockdale, 10 Johnny Sexton, 9 Conor Murray, 8 CJ Stander, 7 Josh van der Flier, 6 Peter O’Mahony, 5 James Ryan, 4 Iain Henderson, 3 Tadhg Furlong, 2 Rory Best, 1 Cian Healy