Najim Omniscient sports guru who breathes and lives sports. Updated: October 23, 2019 What to expect in the knockout stagesEngland V Australia Best odds are at Unibet : England 8/25, Draw 25, Australia 27/10.Eddie Jones and Michael Cheika’s old Randwick rivalry is reignited. The Red Rose will face the Wallabies in the first quarter-finals of the 2019 Rugby World Cup on Saturday, October 19, at the Oita Stadium. England topped pool C while Australia finished runners-up in pool D to set up the epic clash. The two teams share plenty of history that suggests we should brace for a nail-biter. Since England’s embarrassing display in 2015, they’ve reigned supreme and trumped Australia in six from six encounters. More pertinently, they’ve beaten their rivals in two quarter-finals.The Wallabies are yet to produce a convincing display in the World Cup as expected and labored hard to beat a battling Georgia in their last match. 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Six wins from eight quarter-finals are favorable while compared to one win from four for the Welsh side. The Six Nations Champions and battle-hardened Wales will be looking to give Warren Gatland a perfect send-off. Their spirits will be high boosted by the group stage wins against Australia and Fiji, which provides them with a competitive edge. Les Bleus will have to make it come together if they want to beat Gatland’s men. The young French side has only put up a convincing display in the first half of their match against a rusty Argentine side, and we’re lucky to hold on in the second period. Their style of play will cost the opponents’ mean defense some problems. Code: C30 4.8/5 Bet £10 Get £30 in free bets Go to William Hill Go to review New online customers only, min £10/€10 stake, win only, min odds 1/2, free bets paid as 3 X £10/€10, 30 day expiry, free bet/payment method/player/country restrictions apply. See full terms below.Japan V South AfricaThe best odds are at Paddy-Power: Japan 4, Draw 45, South Africa 1/6.Hosts Japan will play South Africa in the last quarter-final match of the Rugby World Cup 2019 at the Tokyo Stadium on Sunday, October 20.Japan finished top of pool A while South Africa finished runners-up in pool B.The teams have met once in the World Cup, during 2015’s group stages, when Japan produced one of the biggest upsets when they beat South Africa 34-32 in Brighton. The hosts have been the story of the tournament and will be looking to repeat the feat on Sunday, especially after putting up scintillating performances in the group stages to beat big boys Scotland and Ireland. Will their fairy tale continue?The Springboks are favorites to win the tournament. They will be looking to exert their revenge against the Japanese minnows and display their power with the arrogance they have displayed in the group stage wins over Italy, Namibia, and Canada. 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