Rugby World Cup 2015: all the fixtures and TV schedule

The who, when and where guide to all the action in this year's Rugby World Cup

Dan Biggar, Wales v England
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The Rugby World Cup kicks off on 18 September at Twickenham when hosts England face Fiji.

Six weeks and 47 games later Twickenham will also host the last match of the tournament - but will England be back at headquarters to contest the Webb Ellis Cup in the final?

Here are all the fixtures at this year's event:

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Pool stages

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Sat 18 September8pmEngland v FijiTwickenhamAITV, 7.25pm
Saturday 19 September12pmTonga v GeorgiaGloucesterCITV, 11.30am
Row 3 - Cell 0 2.30pmIreland v CanadaCardiffDITV, 2pm
Row 4 - Cell 0 4.45pmSouth Africa v JapanBrightonBITV, 4.35pm
Row 5 - Cell 0 8pmFrance v ItalyTwickenhamDITV4, 7.15pm
Sunday 20 September12pmSamoa v USABrightonBITV, 11.30am
Row 7 - Cell 0 2.30pmWales v UruguayCardiffAITV, 2pm
Row 8 - Cell 0 4.45pmNew Zealand v ArgentinaWembleyCITV, 4.30pm
Wednesday 23 September2.30pmScotland v JapanGloucesterBITV, 2pm
Row 10 - Cell 0 4.45pmAustralia v FijiCardiffAITV, 4.30pm
Row 11 - Cell 0 8pmFrance v RomaniaOlympic StadiumDITV4, 7.30pm
Thursday 24 September8pmNew Zealand v NamibiaOlympic StadiumCITV, 7.30pm
Friday 25 September4.45pmArgentina v GeorgiaGloucesterCITV4, 4.15pm
Saturday 26 September2.30pmItaly v CanadaLeedsDITV, 2pm
Row 15 - Cell 0 4.45pmSouth Africa v SamoaBirminghamBITV, 4.35pm
Row 16 - Cell 0 8pmEngland v WalesTwickenhamAITV, 7.15pm
Sunday 27 September12pmAustralia v UruguayBirminghamAITV, 11.30am
Row 18 - Cell 0 2.30pmScotland v USALeedsBITV, 2pm
Row 19 - Cell 0 4.45pmIreland v RomaniaWembleyDITV, 4.30pm
Tuesday 29 September4.45pmTonga v NamibiaExeterCITV4, 4.15pm
Thursday 1 October4.45pmWalves v FijiCardiffAITV, 4pm
Row 22 - Cell 0 8pmFrance v CanadaMilton KeynesDITV4, 7.30pm
Friday 2 October8pmNew Zealand v GeorgiaCardiffCITV, 7.30pm
Saturday 3 October2.30pmSamoa v JapanMilton KeynesBITV, 2pm
Row 25 - Cell 0 4.45pmSouth Africa v ScotlandNewcastleBITV, 4.20pm
Row 26 - Cell 0 8pmEngland v AustraliaTwickenhamAITV, 7.15pm
Sunday 4 October2.30pmArgentina v TongaLeicesterCITV, 2pm
Row 28 - Cell 0 4.45pmIreland v ItalyOlympic StadiumDITV, 4.20pm
Tuesday 6 October4.45pmCanada v RomaniaLeicesterDITV4, 4.15pm
Row 30 - Cell 0 8pmFiji v UruguayMilton KeynesAITV4, 7.30pm
Wednesday 7 October4.45South Africa v USAOlympic StadiumBITV, 4pm
Row 32 - Cell 0 8pmNamibia v GeorgiaExeterCITV4, 7.30pm
Friday 9 October8pmNew Zealand v TongaNewcastleCITV4, 7.30pm
Saturday 10 October2.30pmSamoa v ScotlandNewcastleBITV, 2pm
Row 35 - Cell 0 4.45pmAustralia v WalesTwickenhamAITV, 4.30pm
Row 36 - Cell 0 8pmEngland v UruguayManchesterAITV, 7.15pm
Sunday 11 October12pmArgentina v NamibiaLeicesterCITV, 11.30am
Row 38 - Cell 0 2.30pmItaly v RomaniaExeterDITV, 2.10pm
Row 39 - Cell 0 4.45pmFrance v IrelandCardiffDITV, 4.20pm
Row 40 - Cell 0 8pmUSA v JapanGloucesterBITV, 7.30pm

Knockout stages

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Saturday 17 October4pmQF1Winner Pool B v Runner-Up Pool ATwickenhamITV, 3pm
Row 2 - Cell 0 8pmQF2Winner Pool C v Runner-Up Pool DCardiffITV, 7.30pm
Sunday 18 October1pmQF3Winner Pool D v Runner-Up Pool C CardiffITV, 12.30pm
Row 4 - Cell 0 4pmQF4Winner Pool A v Runner-Up Pool B TwickenhamITV, 3.15pm
Saturday 24 October4pmSF1Winner QF1 v Winner QF2 TwickenhamITV, 3pm
Sunday 25 October4pmSF2Winner QF3 v Winner QF4 TwickenhamITV, 3pm
Friday 30 October8pmBronze finalLoser SF1 v Loser SF2Olympic StadiumITV, 7.30pm
Saturday 31 October4pmFinalWinner SF1 v Winner SF2TwickenhamITV, 3pm

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