Rugby World Cup 2019: France v Ireland

Two days after the Rugby World Cups final in New Zealand, France face Ireland in the quarter-finals. 

This game is an important one for both teams. 

In this video, I explain why France and Ireland have to play in the final. 

The French have a good chance of securing their place in the semi-finals and possibly a place in a final against the Irish. 

If they do that, France would be able to challenge the English for a spot in the Final Four. 

A win would also be a huge boost for the French rugby team as they are currently third in the world behind the English and Germany. 

France’s final four opponents would be France, Argentina, Italy and Germany but if France were to lose to Argentina or Italy, they would face England. 

Ireland’s final three opponents are Argentina, France and Argentina. 

Should France lose to France, they could face England in the World Cup final in Tokyo. 

With a win, France could be one of the favourites to win the World Series. 

It will be a difficult game for both sides. 

Both teams are highly competitive, and a win would be huge for both nations. 

After France, Ireland will play New Zealand in the last match of the Rugby Championship. 

England will play Argentina in the first match of their Rugby Championship campaign. 

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