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Rugby World Cup Final - When is it, how to watch, what happens if after 80 minutes England vs South Africa is a draw and more details

By Harry Olsen For Mailonline

Published: 13:11 GMT, 1 November 2019 | Updated: 20:36 GMT, 1 November 2019

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England are on the verge of lifting the Web Ellis Cup at the 2019 Rugby World Cup  tournament with only South Africa in their way as they look to avoid a repeat of 2007 final.

Eddie Jones who assisted in Springboks victory in 2007 will come up against his former side in his 50th international game for the Red Roses after an emphatic win over favourites New Zealand. 

Rassie Erasmus' side come into the fold the underdogs as they welcome back dangerman Cheslin Kolbe after missing out on their narrow victory over Wales to make the final. 

Sportsmail provide you with everything you need to know for Rugby World Cup 2019  final including date, time,  channel and starting XVs plus what happens in the event of draw between England and South Africa after 80 minutes?

Rugby World Cup final will take place on 2nd November as two teams battle for this trophy

When is the final?

The Rugby World Cup 2019 final takes place on Saturday,  November 2.

What time does the final kick-off in the UK?

The clash will kick-off at 9am GMT.

How to watch Rugby World Cup final in the UK 

The Rugby World Cup final will be broadcasted on ITV1 or can be live streamed on ITV Hub.

How to watch the final elsewhere? 
Argentina: ESPN Australia: Fox Sports and Network 10 France: TF1 Ireland: RTE and Eir Sport Japan: Nippon TV, NHK and J Sports
New Zealand: TVNZ and Spark South Africa: SuperSport United States: NBC Sports and Univision Uruguay: ESPN
England Starting XV

No changes to starting lineup that faced All

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