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This September, the world’s top 20 Rugby nations will gather in England, The RWC 2015 tournament will be hosted by England from 18 September to 31 October.  Twickenham Stadium in London will host the final.

Get the live streaming link, kick of time and date of Ireland vs Italy Live match of 2015 Rugby World Cup: England

What:  Ireland vs Italy
When: Sun , Oct 4 , 16:45 local, 15:45 GMT
Where: Olympic Stadium, London
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Sunday, Oct 4 , 16:45 local, 15:45 GMT

With the tournament now in the penultimate round of pool D matches, certain sides are starting to prepare themselves for some must-win fixtures already – and Italy’s is right here against Ireland. Jacques Brunel’s side have to emerge victorious on Sunday to keep their World Cup hopes alive but Six Nations champions Ireland are standing in their way at the Olympic Stadium.

Team news :

Robbie Henshaw is finally set to feature for Ireland at inside centre having proven his fitness after recovering from a hamstring strain. However, the same can’t be said about Jared Payne and Rob Kearney – Joe Schmidt has decided not to risk either and both will sit out. Keith Earls moves from left wing to replace Payne at outside centre while Tommy Bowe retains his position on the right flank after his impressive two-try haul against Romania.

Italy received a boost with captain Sergio Parisse given the all clear after sitting out both games thus far due to a calf haematoma. However, Leicester Tigers front-rower Martin Castrogiovanni is out due to a thigh injury – replaced by Lorenzo Cittadini – while Simone Favaro replaces the injured Robert Barbieri at open-side flanker.

Parisse was in the stands when Scotland tore them apart at Murrayfield in a World Cup warm-up, but his return the following weekend marked a stark improvement as the Azzurri ran Wales close in Cardiff. At 32 years of age and with 113 caps to his name, Parisse remains one of the best No 8s in the world and the heartbeat of this Italian team.

Ireland have held their own against Italian pack in recent years and they’ll be confident of putting the squeeze on in Stratford.

“They are very aggressive at scrum-time, they are very passionate about it and they are all in there,” said Ireland scrum coach Greg Feek.

Key head-to-head :

Italy conceded an astounding 18 penalties against France in their opening fixture, and while they improved against Canada conceding just nine, the discipline of the pack is still an issue, especially as they now come up against the toughest set of forwards yet. Schmidt’s side won all eight of their scrums against Canada, and all five against Romania, while Italy won just three of their eight scrums against France. The battle between the forwards will be where this game is won or lost.

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Head To Head Record :>

    LAST FIVE GAMES                                   DATE                                         COMPETITION
Italy             3 – 26          Ireland                  7 th Feb, 2015                                 Six Nations
Ireland        46 – 7          Italy                       8th Mar, 2014                                  Six Nations
Italy             22 – 15        Ireland                  16th Mar, 2013                                Six Nations
Ireland        42 – 10        Italy                      25th Feb, 2012                                 Six Nations
Ireland        36 – 6          Italy                      2nd Oct, 2011                                   Rugby World Cup

Key stats :

* Ireland and Italy have met once before in a World Cup, back on the exact same date of October 4 in 2011. Ireland won 36-6 with Leonardo Ghiraldini picking up a 15-week ban for an eye gouge on Cian Healy.

* Ireland have beaten Italy 20 times in 24 meetings.

* In their two most recent encounters, Ireland have scored 72 points opposed to just 10 from Italy.

Prediction :

It’s really hard to see Italy come away with anything here. A French side that is yet to fire on all cylinders, despite their 100 percent record, ripped into the Azzurri before minnows Canada also pushed them. While Parisse’s return will restore some stability, Ireland have been impressive so far. The game will likely be tight, however, Schmidt’s side will still be too strong for Brunel’s team. Ireland by 15 points.

Last Five Rugby World Cup Winners Final Match Details :

23 October 2011        –             NEWZEALAND   Newzeland  8 –                            FRANCE   -7 France

20 October 2007      –              SOUTH africaSouth Africa 15 –                            ENGLAND   -6 England

22 November 2003  –              ENGLANDEngland 20 –                                  AUSTRALIA  -17 Australia

6 November 1999     –              AUSTRALIAAustralia 35 –                                 FRANCE  -12 France

2 November 1991    –                AUSTRALIAAustralia 12 –                                 ENGLAND  -6 England

Teams…

Ireland : Simon Zebo; Tommy Bowe, Keith Earl, Robbie Henshaw, Dave Kearney; Jonathan Sexton, Conor Murray; Jamie Heaslip, Sean O’Brien, Peter O’Mahony; Paul O’Connell, Ian Henderson; Mike Ross, Rory Best, Jack McGrath.

Replacements: Sean Cronin, Cian Healy, Nathan White, Devin Toner, Chris Henry, Eoin Reddan, Ian Madigan, Luke Fitzgerald.

Italy: Luke McLean; Leonardo Sarto, Michele Campagnaro, Gonzalo Garcia, Giovanbattista Venditti; Tommaso Allan, Edoardo Gori; Sergio Parisse, Simone Favaro, Francesco Minto; Joshua Furno, Quintin Geldenhuys; Lorenzo Cittadini, Andrea Manici, Matias Aguero.

Replacements: Davide Giazzon, Michele Rizzo, Dario Chistolini, Alessandro Zanni, Mauro Bergamasco, Guglielmo Palazanni, Carlo Canna, Tomasso Benvenutti.

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