New Zealand vs Ireland Live: Free New Zealand vs Ireland Live Stream All the action between the All Blacks and Ireland in their Rugby World Cup quarter-final.The quarter-final meeting between Ireland and New Zealand at the Rugby World Cup comes with a strong feeling of reckoning.
Ireland’s shock defeat to Japan placed them on a path they would never have wanted. Their runners-up status in Pool A has lead them to an unenviable 2019 Rugby World Cup face-off with heavy pre-tournament favourites, the All Blacks. And you can watch the action as it happens -from basicaly anywhere in the world – with our New Zealand vs Ireland live stream guide.
The All Blacks have been in imperious form in the Pool stages of the tournament, and look in good shape to win their third title on the trot.
Nevertheless, the Irish famously won the last encounter between the two sides in a victory that caused many pundits to tip them for glory in Japan.
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This quarter-final clash takes place at the 49,970 Ajinomoto Stadium, Tokyo in Tokyo on Saturday, October 19.
The game kicks off at 7.15pm JST local time – that’s an 11.15am IST/BST start for Irish supporters tuning in from home, and an 11.15pm NZST kick-off for All Blacks fans tuning in from New Zealand.
New Zealand head coach Steve Hansen has been somewhat ruthless with his team selection, with the experienced Ben Smith and Ryan Crotty both missing out of the match-day VX. In comes the in-from Anton Lienert-Brown, while lock Brodie Retallick has been deemed fit enough to start.
Joe Schmidt’s Ireland side will feel like they are due a big performance and know that the seemingly invincible All Blacks do have a vulnerability when faced with their rush defence.
It’s likely to be the tie of the round, and you won’t need to miss a moment of the action no matter where you are on Earth, by following our Rugby World Cup New Zealand vs Ireland live stream guide below.
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How to watch the 2019 Rugby World Cup from outside your country
If you’re abroad this weekend and try to watch your domestic Rugby World Cup coverage, you’ll be metaphorically rucked off the ball due to geo-blocking. That stops you watching your home feed online wile in a foreign country.
That’s where the use of a VPN comes in, as it helps you tune into those fixtures no matter where you are in the world without resorting to some dodgy feed on Reddit. And best of all, it’s really easy to do (or read on for details on how to stream coverage from Ireland, the UK, New Zealand, Australia, South Africa, Canada and the USA).