World Cup 2022: France qualified, Poland wakes up… the matches of Saturday November 26

► France slips into eighth, Denmark at its worst

In a close match, the Blues of Didier Deschamps managed to win 2 goals to 1 against the rough Danes. Kylian Mbappé concluded a great collective action to give the advantage to France (61st), before Denmark equalized seven minutes later, through Andreas Christensen (68th). Salvation came at the end of the match, by the inevitable Mbappé who scored twice and his third goal in the world (86th).

Thanks to this victory, France qualifies directly for the round of 16, even before the meeting against Tunisia, Wednesday 30. With one point, Denmark is in bad shape and will inevitably have to win against the Australian to hope to see the rest of the competition.

► Australia pulls together

The Socceroos can still dream of a round of 16. After losing to France 4-1, the Australians managed to overcome a moribund Tunisia and now dream of a round of 16.

On a counter, Mitchell Duke victoriously headed a through ball from Craig Goodwin, the man who had scored Australia’s only goal against France. A goal that did not really wake up the Tunisians, certainly present in the physical engagement, but long devoid of inspiration when they recovered the ball. It took until the 38th minute to see the first interesting action of the Carthage Eagles, when their captain Youssef Msakni tried to infiltrate the opposing defense, in vain.

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Tunisia, who came back in the second half with the best intentions, lacked efficiency in front of goal and could not improve their handicap by one goal. Now she is on the verge of elimination from the World Cup after this defeat. It will imperatively have to win against France on Wednesday 30, to hope for a qualification.

► Poland and Lewandowski wake up against Saudi Arabia (2-0)

Robert Lewandowski’s Poland, finally scoring in a World Cup, took a step towards qualification by beating Saudi Arabia 2-0, which failed to repeat its feat against Argentina.

Held in check by the Mexicans at the opening (0-0), the Poles won thanks to Piotr Zielinski (39th) and the first goal of their star Robert Lewandowski (82nd). Mute in four World Cup matches (three in 2018 and one in 2022), the FC Barcelona striker has finally freed himself from a weight.

► Argentina – Mexico

For the last game of the day, Lionel Messi’s Argentina is condemned to victory against the Mexicans. After their big disappointment in their first match against Saudi Arabia, the Albiceleste must collect their first points against Mexico to hope to see the round of 16.

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Facing them, the Mexicans also need points. With a draw obtained against Poland in the first match, they will be keen to eliminate Argentina to hope, too, to reach the next round.



World Cup 2022: matches and results for Friday November 25

► Iran revive with 2-0 win over Wales

Iran can dream of a first round of 16 in its history after a 2-0 victory over Wales on Friday in Doha, in the second meeting of Group B of the 2022 World Cup. “Team Meli” scored the two goals at the very end of the match by Rouzbeh Cheshmi and Ramin Rezaeian, while the Welsh were reduced to 10 after the exclusion of their goalkeeper Hennessey, the first red card of this World Cup.

Iranian players, silent during their first match of the 2022 World Cup, sang their national anthem before this meeting. The choice, described as “collective” by captain Alireza Jahanbakhsh before the World Cup, not to sing during the match against England, had been seen as a sign of support for the victims of the harshly repressed demonstrations in their country.

► Qatar eliminated after losing to Senegal (3-1)

Qatar, beaten by Senegal (3-1) on Friday at the Al-Thumama stadium in Doha, was eliminated from its World Cup, five days after its defeat in the opening match against Ecuador (2-0).

With Ecuador failing to defeat the Netherlands, Qatar became the first World Cup hosts to exit the competition on matchday two of the group stage.

► The Netherlands hooked by Ecuador (1-1)

The Netherlands and Ecuador, both victorious on the first day in Group A, were neutralized (1-1) on Friday in Doha and will be in favorable tie next Tuesday when aiming for the round of 16 of the World-2022.

► England – United States

For the last match of the day, England will face the United States. The English, who started their competition very well against Iran (6-2). As for the Americans, they managed to hold Gareth Bale’s Wales in check in their first meeting (1-1).

Despite some concerns, England star Harry Kane should start the game well. A won match would allow England to qualify already for the round of 16.

► Neymar, hit in the right ankle, will be forfeited against Switzerland

Neymar, victim of a sprain Thursday against Serbia (2-0), is affected in the ligament of the right ankle and will be absent Monday against Switzerland during the second match of Brazil at the World Cup-2022, announced Friday the doctor of the Selecao.

Rodrigo Lasmar, doctor of the Brazilian federation (CBF), announced that Neymar suffered from a “lateral ligament injury” ankle, while defender Danilo also suffers from a sprain. “We won’t have these two players for our next game, but they are continuing their treatment with the aim of recovering them in time for the rest of the competition”he said in a video broadcast by the CBF.



World Cup 2022: matches and results for Thursday November 24

► Switzerland wins against Cameroon 1 to 0 thanks to Embolo

Switzerland beat Cameroon 1-0 thanks to a goal from Breel Embolo for their entry into the World Cup-2022 on Thursday in Doha, and took the lead in group G before the Brazil-Serbia match in the evening.

Embolo remained impassive after his goal, scored after returning from the locker room. The striker, a native of Yaoundé, had announced before the match that he would try not to celebrate if he scored with the “Nati” against his native country with which he has kept very strong ties.

► Uruguay and South Korea back to back (0-0)

Uruguay and South Korea, despite the pedigree of their respective attackers, did not find the opening (0-0) after a balanced and lively match in which the defenders took the upper hand on Thursday at Doha in Group H of the 2022 World Cup.

If the former Bordeaux player Hwang Ui-jo wasted a great opportunity in the box (34th), it was Celeste who proved to be the most dangerous, Godin (34th) and Valverde (90th) touching the posts while Suarez , replaced by Cavani (64th), and Son were little in sight.

► Portugal beats Ghana 3-2, Cristiano Ronaldo historic goalscorer

Portugal beat Ghana 3-2 to enter the 2022 World Cup in Qatar (Group H), thanks in particular to a penalty from Cristiano Ronaldo, who became the first player to score at five different World Cups on Thursday. at Stadium 974, Doha.

The 37-year-old Portuguese star, without a club since breaking his contract by mutual agreement with Manchester United, made World Cup history by converting a penalty (65th). The Ghanaian Andre Ayew equalized (73rd), but Joao Felix (78th) then Rafael Leao (80th) revived the Portuguese, who however trembled at the end of the match after the goal of Osman Bukari (89th).

► Brazil – Serbia

For the last game of the day, Neymar’s Brazil will face Serbia at 8 p.m. French time. Defeated in the quarter-finals in 2018, the Brazilian “Seleção”, the most successful in the history of the World Cup, will try this year to win their sixth world title.

For that, it would be better that their entry into the running against Serbia, 21st in the Fifa ranking, is successful, at the risk of finding themselves back against the wall against Switzerland and Cameroon in the following matches.



World Cup 2022: matches and results for Wednesday November 23

► Morocco holds in check the Croatian vice-world champions (0-0)

Slow beginnings. The Croatian vice-world champions and their leader Luka Modric did not shine for their entry into the running at the 2022 World Cup by conceding a sad and tasteless draw against Morocco (0-0), Wednesday at the Al-Bayt stadium.

We were entitled to expect much more from the checkered selection, four years after a Russian campaign only stopped in the final by France. Is it a lack of renewal for a team that always relies on the same framework?

Still, the formation of Zlatko Dalic appeared uninspired and without genius, unable to seriously shake up “Atlas Lions” solid, if not brilliant.

► The Japanese achieve the feat against Germany (2-1)

Germany, four-time world champion, missed its entry into the World Cup 2022 on Wednesday by losing 2-1 against a valiant team from Japan, in the first match of group E at the Khalifa Stadium in Doha. After Argentina’s defeat on Tuesday against Saudi Arabia, this is the second big surprise of the World Cup in Qatar.

Ahead of the encounter, the German players had ostensibly put their hands over their mouths in the team photo in an apparent protest at threats of sporting sanctions from Fifa to prevent the wearing of armbands ” One Love “ in Qatar.

The seven European federations, including Germany, which had planned to wear a colored armband ” One Love “ against discrimination, gave up on Monday in the face of the threat of “sporting penalties” by Fifa, which did not specify them. This threat has been widely criticized in Germany where many voices have been raised calling on Mannschaft players to defy it.

► Spain, conqueror, sweeps Costa Rica 7-0

Spain, unlike Germany surprised shortly before by Japan in Group E of the 2022 World Cup, did not tremble against Costa Rica, which they swept 7-0 with a brace from Ferran Torres, at the stadium al-Thumama in Doha.

The Spaniards, who were already leading 3-0 on the half hour, confirmed their status as a serious candidate for the supreme title. This attractive Roja, at the top of the group after her display in front of the admittedly very weak Costa Ricans, will face Germany in their next match, Sunday 27 (at 8:00 p.m.).

► Belgium – Canada

For the last match of the day, Belgium will face Canada. On the one hand, the Red Devils had reached the semi-final in 2018, losing to France, and hope to go at least as far in the competition this year. They will be led by Real Madrid goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois and Manchester City player Kevin de Bruyne.

The stakes for Canada are more modest: the current selection could make history by scoring the first goal of the “Canucks” in the World Cup. This is only the second time the North Americans have taken part in the competition. Their first attempt, in 1986, ended in a first-round elimination. The 2022 team is stronger, however, with the presence of Alphonso Davies, who plays for Bayern Munich.



World Cup 2022: results and summaries of the matches of Tuesday November 22

► Sensation in Doha, Argentina beaten by Saudi Arabia (2-1)

Earthquake in Lusail! Lionel Messi’s Argentina, among the favorites for this 2022 World Cup, was humiliated in their first match by Saudi Arabia on Tuesday in Doha (1-2) for what is one of the biggest sensations in history. of the World Cup. “It’s a very hard blow”released Lionel Messi while Argentina and its supporters already saw themselves lifting the trophy.

The seven-time Ballon d’Or quickly opened the scoring from the penalty spot (10th) but in the second half, strikers Saleh Al-Shehri (48th) and Salem Al-Dawsari (53rd) gave the advantage to the Saudis in this first match of the Group C of the 2022 World Cup.

“We didn’t expect to start this way. We thought we started well, with three points, as we said before the match. It would have brought us peace of mind.”added the Argentine genius who disputes what will be ” surely “ his last World Cup.

“It’s a memorable victory, it will go down in history”, savored Hervé Renard, the French coach of the Saudi team. This result is indeed one of the greatest exploits of this competition, with, among others, United States-England (1-0) in 1950, North Korea-Italy (1-0) in 1966, Algeria-FRG (2-1) in 1982, Senegal-France (1-0) in 2002, South Korea-Italy (2-1) in 2002, and South Korea-Germany (2-0) in 2018. he explosion of joy from the Saudis at the final whistle, one imagines that they too had not dreamed of such a feat.

► Draw 0-0 between Tunisia and Denmark, next opponents of France

Denmark and Tunisia, the next opponents of the French world champions in Group D of the 2022 World Cup, drew (0-0) on Tuesday at the Education City stadium in Al Rayyan.

Jostled by the Carthage Eagles in the first period, the Danes imposed their game in the second, without however managing to win, despite a goal scored by Andreas Skov Olsen, disallowed for an offside position.

► Mexico and Poland neutralize each other, Lewandoswki misses a penalty

Mexico and Poland left back to back (0-0) after an unexciting match for their entry into the World Cup at Stade 974 in Doha.

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Poland star striker Robert Lewandowski failed to convert a penalty he had caused after a foul was cleared by VAR, his shot being blocked by experienced Mexican goalkeeper Guillermo Ochoa (58th) .

Both teams sit in second place in Group C, behind Saudi Arabia.

► France – Australia, successful entry for the Blues

After a failed start to the match, and a goal conceded in the 9th minute, the France team quickly got back on track before finally winning easily against Australia. Didier Deschamps’ men conceded an early goal when Goodwin found himself alone in the area, forgotten by Benjamin Pavard. He easily deceived Hugo Lloris (1-0, 9th).

After coming to their senses, the Blues equalized through Rabiot (27th), before taking the lead through Olivier Giroud (32nd). After the break, they worsened the mark thanks to Kylian Mbappé (68th) then Giroud again. This first victory allows the French team to take the lead in group D alone.

Defender Lucas Hernandez, injured in a knee, is forced to forfeit for the future. Affected in the cruciate ligaments of the right knee, the player of Bayern Munich aged 26 cannot be replaced in the group of Didier Deschamps.



World Cup 2022: matches and results for Monday November 21

► England – Iran: 6-2, a successful entry into the running for the semi-finalist of the 2018 World Cup

England, semi-finalist of the World Cup-2018 and finalist of Euro-2020, made a success of its entry into the 2022 World Cup in Qatar by outclassing Iran 6-2 in group B, Monday, November 21 at the stadium Khalifa of Doha.

Faced with the Iranians who quickly had to do without their titular goalkeeper, hit in the face, the English took over thanks to goals from their young nuggets Jude Bellingham, 19 (35th) and Bukayo Saka, 21 (43rd, 62nd ), and the more experienced Raheem Sterling, (45+1), Marcus Rashford (71st) and Jack Grealish (90th). Iran reduced the score thanks to a double from Mehdi Taremi (65th, 90 + 13 sp)

The eleven Iranian players refrained from singing their national anthem before the kick-off of their first match of the World Cup-2022 against England, Monday in Doha. During the week, their captain Alireza Jahanbakhsh had explained that the players would decide “collectively” whether or not to sing the national anthem as a sign of support for the victims of the harshly repressed demonstrations in their country.

On the English side, captain Harry Kane has given up wearing the inclusive colored armband One Love, the seven federations which intended to do so having backtracked on Monday, faced with the threat of sports sanctions from Fifa. The English however knelt down as they usually do to denounce all forms of discrimination.

► Netherlands – Senegal: 2-0, a snatch victory

The Netherlands managed to win against Senegal after a game closer than expected. Cody Gakpo opened the scoring with a header in the 84th minute, before Davy Klaassen doubled the lead after stoppage time in the 90th + 9.

Prior to that, the two Group A favorites had overall looked like a not-to-lose game rather than a must-win.

This match was the first between the two teams in all competitions. Holland, which never lost its first match in the World Cup (6 wins and 2 draws), honored the tradition and broke the good Senegalese series (two wins in their opening matches in the World Cup).

► United States – Wales, a match that promises to be balanced

For the last match of the day, the United States (16th in the FIFA rankings) will face Wales (19th) in a game that promises to be balanced. The American selection did not qualify in 2018 to everyone’s surprise.

The Welsh will be led by their superstar, Gareth Bale, former Real Madrid player and champion in the American football league this year. For their part, the United States can count on players who have proven themselves in Europe, such as Weston McKennie with Juventus or Christian Pulisic with Chelsea.



Football on TV: on which channels (and at what prices) to watch the matches

► League 1

To follow the first division championship, it will be necessary to multiply the subscriptions. Prime Video – Amazon’s service – has acquired the rights to broadcast 80% of the matches for the 2022-2023 and 2023-2024 seasons. With the “Pass Ligue 1”, it will cost you €12.99/month or €99/year (or even €89 if the subscription is taken out before the end of August to have access to Ligue 1 and Ligue 2 matches) . A price to be added to the cost of the classic subscription to Prime Video.

The Canal+ channel will broadcast the remaining 20% ​​of matches. Again, you will have to pay € 20.99 per month with a one-year subscription.

► Cups

Fans of French clubs who wanted to follow their career in the Coupe de France could so far do so on the channels of the France Télévisions group or on Eurosport. For next year, nothing is certain. The French Football Federation, judging the proposed amounts insufficient, refused to award them last April and declared its call for tenders “unsuccessful”. Negotiations remain open.

► League 2

Prime Video will also broadcast 80% of Ligue 2 matches. For the rest, you have to turn to BeIN Sports, for €15/month.

Fans who do not want to pay will however be able to enjoy a free match every Saturday at 7 p.m., broadcast on the L’Équipe channel.

► Champions League

The two best posters of the prestigious Champions League will be co-broadcast by Canal+ and RMC Sport (with a subscription of €19 per month). The other matches will be broadcast on BeIN Sports.

The final, which is one of the events that must be broadcast on a free channel, will also be visible on TF1.

► Europa League and Europe Conference League

The other two European competitions, the Europa League and the Europa Conference League, are shared between three channels: Canal+ and W9 reserving the best posters, the rest of the matches will be on RMC Sport.

► Foreign championships

Fans of the Spanish, Italian and German first division championships will be able to follow the matches on BeIN Sports, while Canal+ will exclusively broadcast the Premier Leaguethe English championship.

► World Cup 2022

The TF1 group, which owns the TMC channel (on TNT), will broadcast 28 matches free of charge, including the 16 most beautiful posters of the group stage of the 2022 World Cup. This includes in particular the opening match, all the matches of the France team, the two semi-finals and the final.

The BeIN Sports channel will broadcast the 64 matches, 36 of which are exclusive.

► On the side of women’s football…

For the 2022-2023 season, D1 is broadcast on the Canal+ group channels. The DAZN streaming platform owns the rights to the Women’s Champions League until 2025. Select matches will be streamed for free on the DAZN YouTube channel.



Euro 2021: curfew, fan-zones, bars… How to follow the matches?

Broadcast on Tuesday, June 15 at 9 p.m. on beIN Sports 1 and M6, the France-Germany match marks the entry of the Blues into Euro 2021, until the final whistle which should occur around 10.50 p.m., i.e. ten minutes before the start of the curfew.

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Despite the relaxation, which took place last Wednesday, of the health rules put in place to fight the Covid-19 pandemic, it will still be difficult Tuesday for French supporters to come together in large numbers to attend the great debut of the world champions, or to continue the evening beyond the end of the meeting.

► Home matches

It will of course be possible to watch the match from your home. Tuesday evening, the France-Germany match will be broadcast live on M6 and on beIN Sports 1 for subscribers. TF1 and M6 will then share the broadcasting of the other matches of the France team, as well as the final of the Euro.

► No exemption from the curfew but “a tolerance”

There will be no waiver of the curfew, which remains in effect until Wednesday, June 30. If you watched the game away from home, regardless of its outcome, you will need to get back to your home. at 11 p.m.. “Before the finals, there is no overtime and therefore the matches should end before 11:00 pm”, argues the Ministry of the Interior. On Friday, an exemption was exceptionally granted during the men’s semi-final at Roland Garros, which was able to end after 11 p.m. in the presence of the public.

Gérald Darmanin, however, asked Monday June 14 “For the police to show proof of particular leniency during checks “People who would go home after watching the game outside their home”. On Tuesday, the Minister of Sports Roxana Maracineanu confirmed on Franceinfo that a “Tolerance” would be applied for supporters who have watched the game away from home. On the other hand, “Any behavior endangering the life of others must be particularly punished”, warns the Minister of the Interior.

► Limited number of fan zones depending on the city

The usual place for the public to rally during a major tournament, the fan-zones will be open in limited numbers. “Only fan zones with seated spectators can be put in place until June 29, in compliance with the prescribed tonnage and sanitary measures “, said the Ministry of the Interior, according to the protocol communicated by the Ministry of National Education, Youth and Sports. Unreported gatherings of more than 10 people on public roads remain prohibited.

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The decision to open a fan-zone is within the remit of town halls, which must meet the health specifications established by the protocol, but it is also subject to obtaining a prefectural authorization. Under these conditions, very few of them have taken the plunge:

AT Bron, a neighboring city of Lyon, a fan-zone with a capacity of 900 places will open its doors on Tuesday and it will be accessible by reservation, said the town hall.
AT Lille, Mayor Martine Aubry (PS) is “Favorable to the establishment of a fan-zone if this can be done in accordance with the rules” in the last three games – the semi-finals and the final in July – but excludes installing one in June.
Same policy at Besancon, where the town hall “Plans to organize the retransmissions of the semi-finals (July 6 or 7) and the final on July 11, at the Léo-Lagrange Stadium (…) with a number of people still to be defined and the obligation of a medical pass to access it ”.
AT Paris and Marseilles, there shouldn’t be a fan zone in June.

► Supervised distribution in bars and restaurants

Another choice available to you: the broadcasting of matches in bars and restaurants. This will also be highly regulated in order to comply with the current gauges, namely a reception capacity limited to 50% with a maximum of six people per table indoors, and 100% with also a maximum of six people per table outdoors.

Many bars and restaurants have already planned to offer the France-Germany shock to their customers indoors. The broadcasting of matches on the terraces of the bars is left to the free appreciation of the cities and prefectures:

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AT Paris, the installation of television screens on the terrace was thus prohibited by the town hall.
In the Bouches-du-Rhône, the prefecture on the other hand authorized them under conditions: “Table service, 6 per table, barrier gestures respected, terrace empty at 11:00 p.m., screen directed inwards (to prevent non-customers from watching the match from the street)”, detail as wellthe Union of Trades and Hospitality Industries of Bouches-du-Rhône on its Facebook page.



Rugby World Cup 2023: the full schedule of matches

A dream poster to begin with. During the 2023 Rugby World Cup, the XV of France will be under pressure from the outset: the Blues will begin with an already eagerly awaited shock against the New Zealand All Blacks, on September 8 at the Stade de France, according to the schedule of the competition unveiled Friday February 26. Placed in pool A, the Blues will also face a qualifier from the America zone on September 14 in Lille, then that of the Africa zone on September 21 in Marseille. Before finishing in Lyon, on October 6, against Italy.

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For their part, the South African title holders will launch their campaign in front of Scotland on September 10 at the Stade Vélodrome in Marseille. The teammates of Cheslin Kolbe and Siya Kolisi will also cross swords with Ireland on September 23 at the Stade de France while the duel between the two Celtic neighbors will take place in the Dionysian enclosure on October 7.

Rugby World Cup 2023: the full schedule of matches

In Pool D, England will find Argentina on September 9, which the XV de la Rose had chewed without batting an eyelid (39-10) during the group stage in 2019, and Japan, the last host of the World Cup. Finally, the Fijians will have a lot to do in Group C, with Wales, which they challenge on September 10 in Bordeaux, and Australia on September 17 in Saint-Étienne.

In total, forty-eight matches will be played in nine host cities (Saint-Denis, Marseille, Nice, Lille, Toulouse, Lyon, Bordeaux, Saint-Étienne, Nantes). The ticket office will be open mid-March. The final is scheduled for October 28, at the Stade de France.

The full schedule for the 2023 World Cup in France (September 8-October 28):

♦ POOL A (New Zealand, France, Italy, qualified zone America 1, qualified zone Africa 1)

08/09 in Saint Denis (Stade de France) France – New Zealand

09/09 in Saint-Étienne (Stade Geoffroy-Guichard) Italy – Africa 1

09/14 in Lille (Pierre-Mauroy Stadium) France – America 1

09/15 in Toulouse (Stadium) New Zealand – Africa 1

09/20 in Nice (Stade Riviera) Italy – America 1

09/21 in Marseille (Stade Vélodrome) France – Africa 1

09/27 in Lyon (Stade des Lumières) America 1 – Africa 1

09/29 in Lyon (Stade des Lumières) New Zealand – Italy

05/10 in Lyon (Stade des Lumières) New Zealand – America 1

06/10 in Lyon (Stade des Lumières) France – Italy

POOL B (South Africa, Ireland, Scotland, qualified Asia / Pacific zone 1, qualified zone Europe 2)

09/09 in Bordeaux (Stade Atlantique) Ireland – Europe 2

10/09 in Marseille (Stade Vélodrome) South Africa – Scotland

09/16 in Nantes (Stade de la Beaujoire) Ireland – Asia / Pacific 1

09/17 in Bordeaux (Stade Atlantique) South Africa – Europe 2

09/23 in Saint-Denis (Stade de France) South Africa – Ireland

24/09 in Nice (Stade Riviera) Scotland – Asia / Pacific 1

09/30 in Lille (Stade Pierre-Mauroy) Scotland – Europe 2

01/10 in Marseille (Stade Vélodrome) South Africa – Asia / Pacific 1

07/10 in Saint-Denis (Stade de France) Ireland – Scotland

08/10 in Lille (Pierre-Mauroy Stadium) Asia / Pacific 1 – Europe 2

♦ POOL C (Wales, Australia, Fiji, qualified Europe 1, winner of the final qualifying round)

09/09 in Saint-Denis (Stade de France) Australia – Europe 1

10/09 in Bordeaux (Stade Atlantique) Wales – Fiji

16/09 in Nice (Stade Riviera) Wales – TQF winner

09/17 at Saint-Étienne (Geoffroy-Guichard Stadium) Australia – Fiji

23/09 at Toulouse (Stadium) Europe 1 – winner TQF

24/09 in Lyon (Stade des Lumières) Wales – Australia

09/30 in Bordeaux (Stade Atlantique) Fiji – Europe 1

01/10 at Saint-Étienne (Stade Geoffroy-Guichard) Australia – TQF winner

07/10 in Nantes (Stade de la Beaujoire) Wales – Europe 1

08/10 at Toulouse (Stadium) Fiji – TQF winner

♦ POOL D (England, Japan, Argentina, qualified Oceania zone 1, qualified America zone 2)

09/09 in Marseille (Stade Vélodrome) England – Argentina

10/09 in Toulouse (Stadium) Japan – America 2

09/16 in Bordeaux (Stade Atlantique) Oceania 1 – America 2

09/17 in Nice (Stade Riviera) England – Japan

09/22 in Saint-Étienne (Stade Geoffroy-Guichard) Argentina – Oceania 1

23/09 in Lille (Pierre-Mauroy Stadium) England – America 2

09/28 in Toulouse (Stadium) Japan – Oceania 1

09/30 in Nantes (Stade de la Beaujoire) Argentina – America 2

07/10 in Lille (Stade Pierre-Mauroy) England – Oceania 1

08/10 in Nantes (Stade de la Beaujoire) Japan – Argentina

♦ Quarter-finals

14/10 in Marseille (Stade Vélodrome) 1st pool C – 2nd pool D

10/14 at Saint-Denis (Stade de France) 1st pool B – 2nd pool A

10/15 in Marseille (Stade Vélodrome) 1st pool D – 2nd pool C

10/15 at Saint-Denis (Stade de France) 1st pool A – 2nd pool B

♦ Semi-finals

20/10 at Saint-Denis (Stade de France) winner QF 1 – winner QF 2

10/21 at Saint-Denis (Stade de France) winner QF 3 – winner QF 4

♦ Match for the 3e square

27/10 at Saint-Denis (Stade de France) losing SF 1 – losing SF 2

♦ Final

28/10 at Saint-Denis (Stade de France) winner SF 1 – winner SF 2