Get all the early details and key facts for Saturday's 2019 Rugby World Cup final as England and South Africa clash in Yokohama.
When is the Rugby World Cup final?
- Fixture: England v South Africa
- Venue: International Stadium, Yokohama
- Date: Saturday November 2
- Kick-off: 0900 GMT
Where can I watch it?
- TV: ITV 1
- Radio: BBC 5 Live
- Live Blog: Sporting Life will be live blogging the final
World Cup final odds
How they got to the final
Semi-final: England 19-7 New Zealand
Quarter-final: England 40-16 Australia
- September 22: England 35-3 Tonga
- September 26: England 45-7 USA
- October 5: England 39-10 Argentina
- October 12: England v France - ABANDONED
Semi-final: Wales 16-19 South Africa
Quarter-final: Japan 3-26 South Africa
England v South Africa facts
- This is a repeat of the 2007 Final in Paris, which South Africa won 15-6.
- South Africa have won three of their four World Cup matches with England, winning twice at the 2007 World Cup in France, and back in the 1999 quarter-finals.
- England's only World Cup win over the Springbok came in the 2003 pool stages on their way to winning the World Cup.
- No team has ever lost a World Cup game and then gone on to win the World Cup - South Africa lost their opening pool game to New Zealand.
- England, 2007, and France, 2011, both lost pool matches and still made it to the final, only to lose to the same team that beat them in the pool game, South Africa and New Zealand respectively.
- England and South Africa have played 42 Test matches, with England winning 15; South Africa winning 25; and two draws.
- England won their last meeting, 12-11 at Twickenham in November 2018.
- Eddie Jones was part of the South African coaching team that beat England in the 2007 Final.
- Eddie Jones lost his only World Cup Final as a head coach. His Australian team where beaten by England in the 2003 Final