Rugby World Cup at a glance

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The 2015 Rugby World Cup at a glance after defending champions New Zealand beat Georgia in a pool match Friday (Q denotes qualified for quarter-finals):

Pool C

At Cardiff Millennium Stadium

New Zealand 43 Georgia 10

Standings (played, won, drawn, lost, points scored, points conceded, bonus points, total)

New Zealand 3 3 0 0 127 40 2 14 – Q

Tonga 2 1 0 1 45 38 2 6

Argentina 2 1 0 1 70 35 1 5

Georgia 3 1 0 2 36 107 0 4

Namibia 2 0 0 2 35 93 0 0

Point allocation: 4 – win, 2 – draw, 1 – losing by seven or less points, 1 – scoring at least four tries in a game

Results

Sept 29

At Exeter

Tonga 35 Namibia 21

Sept 25

At Gloucester

Argentina 54 Georgia 9

Sept 24

At London (Olympic Stadium)

New Zealand 58 Namibia 14

Sept 20

At London (Wembley Stadium)

New Zealand 26 Argentina 16

Sept 19

At Gloucester

Georgia 17 Tonga 10

Fixtures (all times GMT)

Oct 4

At Leicester

Argentina v Tonga 1330

Oct 7

At Exeter

Namibia v Georgia 1900

Oct 9

At Newcastle

New Zealand v Tonga 1900

Oct 11

At Leicester

Argentina v Namibia 1100

Pool A

Standings

Wales 3 3 0 0 105 47 1 13

Australia 2 2 0 0 93 16 1 9

England 2 1 0 1 60 39 2 6

Fiji 3 0 0 3 37 86 0 0

Uruguay 2 0 0 2 12 119 0 0

Results

Oct 1

At Cardiff

Wales 23 Fiji 13

Sept 27

At Birmingham

Australia 65 Uruguay 3

Sept 26

At London (Twickenham)

England 25 Wales 28

Sept 23

At Cardiff

Australia 28 Fiji 13

Sept 20

At Cardiff

Wales 54 Uruguay 9

Sept 18

At London (Twickenham)

England 35 Fiji 11

Fixtures

Oct 3

At London (Twickenham)

England v Australia 1900

Oct 6

At Milton Keynes

Fiji v Uruguay 1900

Oct 10

At London (Twickenham)

Australia v Wales 1545

At Manchester

England v Uruguay 1900

Pool B

Standings

Scotland 2 2 0 0 84 26 2 10

S. Africa 2 1 0 1 78 40 3 7

Samoa 2 1 0 1 31 62 0 4

Japan 2 1 0 1 44 77 0 4

USA 2 0 0 2 32 64 0 0

Results

Sept 27

At Leeds

Scotland 39 United States 16

Sept 26

At Birmingham

South Africa 46 Samoa 6

Sept 23

At Gloucester

Scotland 45 Japan 10

Sept 20

At Brighton

Samoa 25 United States 16

Sept 19

At Brighton

Japan 34 South Africa 32

Fixtures

Oct 3

At Milton Keynes

Samoa v Japan 1330

At Newcastle

South Africa v Scotland 1545

Oct 7

At London (Olympic Stadium)

South Africa v United States 1545

Oct 10

At Newcastle

Samoa v Scotland 1330

Oct 11

At Gloucester

United States v Japan 1900

Pool D

Standings

France 3 3 0 0 111 39 2 14

Ireland 2 2 0 0 94 17 2 10

Italy 2 1 0 1 33 50 0 4

Canada 3 0 0 3 43 114 1 1

Romania 2 0 0 2 21 82 0 0

Results

Oct 1

At Milton Keynes

France 41 Canada 18

Sept 27

At London (Wembley Stadium)

Ireland 44 Romania 10

Sept 26

At Leeds

Italy 23 Canada 18

Sept 23

At London (Olympic Stadium)

France 38 Romania 11

Sept 19

At Cardiff

Ireland 50 Canada 7

At London (Twickenham)

France 32 Italy 10

Fixtures

Oct 4

At London (Olympic Stadium)

Ireland v Italy 1545

Oct 6

At Leicester

Canada v Romania 1545

Oct 11

At Exeter

Italy v Romania 1330

At Cardiff

France v Ireland 1545

Quarter-finals

Oct 17

At London (Twickenham)

(1) Pool B winners v Pool A runners-up 1500

At Cardiff

(2) Pool C winners v Pool D runners-up 1900

Oct 18

At Cardiff

(3) Pool D winners v Pool C runners-up 1200

At London (Twickenham)

(4) Pool A winners v Pool B runnrs-up 1500

Semi-finals

Oct 24

At London (Twickenham)

Quarter-final 1 winners v quarter-final 2 winners 1500

Oct 25

At London (Twickenham)

Quarter-final 3 winners v quarter-final 4 winners 1600

Third place

Oct 30

At London (Olympic Stadium)

Losing semi-finalists 2000

Final

Oct 31

At London (Twickenham)

Winning semi-finalists 1600

Leading points scorers

36: Biggar (WAL)

33: Michalak (FRA)

29: Goromaru (JPN)

27: Farrell (ENG)

26: Laidlaw (SCO), Sanchez (ARG)

25:Savea (NZL)

24: Carter (NZL)

20: Davies (WAL), Madigan (IRL)

Most tries

5: Savea (NZL)

Most conversions

7: Laidlaw, Madigan, Priestland (WAL)

Most penalties

10: Biggar

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