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How to watch England vs Argentina Rugby World Cup live online


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England vs Argentina is sure to be a Rugby World Cup blockbuster on 5 October. Here's your match preview and how you can watch.

SUMMARY: You can watch England vs Argentina for free using this 14-day trial. The best value-for-money option when watching the Rugby World Cup live is through Kayo Sports. This gets you access to all its unique features and 50 additional live sports.

The Rugby World Cup (RWC) delivers another blockbuster game on Saturday 5 October, when England vs Argentina at 6pm AEST. A loss in this Pool C fixture could spell the end for either side's title aspirations. In fact a loss for Argentina will almost definitely seal the team's fate. Meanwhile the English can solidify first position in the standings and guarantee moving onto the knockout stages.

Who will win the England vs Argentina match?

It'll be hard to look past England, who have been in great form recently. The draw has been kind so far, but we can't forget that the Red Roses have a tendency to stumble when things are going well, especially at the RWC. Will the failures of the 2015 campaign start playing on the minds of England?


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Argentina on the other hand have been something of a mixed bag. After suffering a loss to France in the opening match, the challenge to escape the pool of death became far more difficult. During that match Argentina were blown out early, then clawed back just to lose in the final moment.

Interestingly the Pumas haven't missed the knockout stage since 2003 and finished 4th at the last tournament.

When does the England vs Argentina RWC match start?

England vs Argentina is scheduled for Saturday 5 October at 6pm AEST at Tokyo Stadium. There are several other matches this weekend too.

How to watch England vs Argentina Rugby World Cup

In Australia only Wallabies games are on free-to-air, with all other matches available on Kayo Sports or Foxtel. Your best option to watch games is with Kayo, which also offers a 14-day free trial.

How to watch on Kayo Sports

Kayo Sports is a relatively new Australian sports streaming service. Kayo has built the platform on accessibility to live and on-demand sport, sprinkled in with several unique viewing features. The Kayo interface is simple to use, allowing you to navigate by sport, team or with the new Search feature.

Subscriptions to Kayo begin at $25/month for the Basic subscription, which gives access to two screens. After an additional device? Then sign up to the Premium subscription for $35/month. The packages make it easy to sign up and split the bill with friends or family. Plus with over 50 sports you can use the SplitView function and stream four programs at once, so you never have to miss a game.

Some of the other features include Interactive Stats, Key Moments timeline and the No Spoilers function. For an in-depth explanation see our full Kayo review. Kayo is compatible with heaps of devices too including iOS and Android devices, PCs, Macs, Chromecast, Apple TV, Android TV and Telstra TV.

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How to watch on Foxtel IQ

Foxtel IQ is the only way to watch the Rugby World Cup action in 4K. If you're an existing customer you can add the Sport pack for $29/month and the HD pack $10/month for 4K quality. Signing up to Foxtel IQ usually sees waiting periods so if you're a new customer after Foxtel you'd be better off with Foxtel Now.

How to stream via Foxtel Now

Foxtel Now gives you access to all the same programs as Foxtel IQ. The differences are that HD is the maximum streaming capability and you stream via the Internet. The cheapest option to watch the Rugby World Cup via Foxtel Now is $58/month. This is as it's mandatory to have the base Entertainment pack $29/month and the Sport pack is also $29/month.

Foxtel Now can be streamed via the Foxtel Now box, Apple TV, Telstra TV, Chromecast, PS4, Xbox One, PC and Mac. To watch on the go you can download the Foxtel GO app, then simply log in to begin streaming.

History of England vs Argentina

If you were to go off the record books England have a huge advantage with a nine-match winning streak against Argentina. The English have won 18 out of 23 matches played between the pair. Argentina have only managed four wins, while there has also been one draw. Fortunately for the Pumas the matches have typically been close affairs. If you consider yourself a history buff, then there's even a quiz on the two sides' history.

England vs Argentina team lists

England team

1. Joe Marler
2. Jamie George
3. Kyle Sinckler
4. Maro Itoje
5. George Kruis
6. Tom Curry
7. Sam Underhill
8. Billy Vunipola
9. Ben Youngs
10. George Ford
11. Jonny May
12. Owen Farrell
13. Manu Tuilagi
14. Anthony Watson
15. Elliot Daly


16. Luke Cowan-Dickie
17. Mako Vunipola
18. Dan Cole
19. Courtney Lawes
20. Lewis Ludlam
21. Willi Heinz
22. Henry Slade
23. Jack Nowell

Argentina team

1. Nahuel Tetaz Chapparo
2. Julian Montoya
3. Juan Figallo
4. Guido Petti Pagadizabl
5. Tomas Lavanini
6. Pablo Matera
7. Marcos Kremer
8. Javier Ortega Desio
9. Tomas Cubelli
10. Benjamin Urdapilleta
11. Santiago Carreras
12. Jeronimo De La Fuente
13. Matias Orlando
14. Matias Moroni
15. Emiliano Boffelli


16. Agustin Creevy
17. Mayco Vivas
18. Santiago Medrano
19. Matias Alemanno
20. Tomas Lezana
21. Felipe Ezcurra
22. Lucas Mensa
23. Bautista Delguy

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