England vs Australia in the first quarter-final of the 2019 Rugby World Cup.
England came top of Pool C after beating Tonga, the USA and Argentina before having their final match against France cancelled. Australia came second in Pool D after losing to Wales despite beating Fiji, Uruguay and Georgia.
When is the match?
Saturday October 19.
What time is kick-off?
8.15am (BST) in Oita Stadium, Oita.
What TV channel is it on?
This one is on ITV. You can also follow this game right here with Telegraph Sport.
The Scots were so desperate to get their chance on the night in Yokohama, there was talk of a day in court.
When it came to the moment of truth, they couldn’t quite match it with Japan.
Scotland missed out on qualifying for the knockout rounds of the Rugby World Cup for only the second time when its late rally ended in a 28-21 loss on Sunday night.
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Japan progressed to the quarterfinals for the first time, topping the group with four wins in the tournament it is hosting.
The first Rugby World Cup in Asia has been a special one for Japan, but has also been heartbreaking for the host nation.
The typhoon that lashed Japan on Saturday caused flooding and landslides and dozens of deaths on the main island.
England’s injury concerns focus on Billy and Mako Vunipola, Jack Nowell and Henry Slade. All four are expected to be available for selection on Saturday.
However when England staged a full pace training match during the time slot where they were due to play France, both Billy Vunipola and Nowell did not participate.
England are expected to select George Ford and Owen Farrell to start alongside each other in the midfield.