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2015 Rugby Championship kicks off on Friday with defending champions New Zealand welcoming Argentina to AMI Stadium in Christchurch.With the Rugby World Cup taking place later this year, the Rugby Championship has been shortened to a single round of fixtures, as opposed to each Southern Hemisphere giant playing one another in home-and-away legs.

In a battle against the odds, Daniel Hourcade's South American visitors are hoping to claim their first-ever win against the All Blacks on Friday, having suffered defeat in each of their previous 18 attemptsIt's a tall order, but the Pumas will once again embrace their underdog status in the hopes of recording a piece of Rugby Championship history. Read on for all the fixture viewing details and match preview.

Date: Friday, July 17
Time: 8:35 a.m. BST/3:35 a.m. ET
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It's no secret that New Zealand are the most successful national team in the rugby world, and with that status comes a highly prolific record in Southern Hemisphere competition.

The All Blacks are the only team to have won the Rugby Championship since Argentina joined to usher in a four-team competition in 2012, and they are this year chasing their fourth successive competition crown.

That streak of success would match New Zealand's record of four back-to-back Tri Nations series triumphs between 2005 and 2008, with Australia the only other team to ever win successive titles.

The All Blacks also have a heap of expectation upon them to retain their World Cup crown in England this year, but coach Steve Hansen says the "here and now" is all that matters, per the official Super XV website

Experience is an obvious advantage in the New Zealand squad, but Friday also gives debutant Waisake Naholo his first steps in an All Blacks jersey after topping Super Rugby's try-scoring charts this year.

Richie McCaw and Dan Carter both start in what will be their final New Zealand appearances on home soil, giving the team that extra motivation to get this year's contest off to a good start.

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New Zealand and Argentina clash in this Pool C match with the holders looking to repeat their 2011 success in the tournament.
World number ones New Zealand will open their campaign for the title against South America´s premier team, Argentina. Taking place at the magnificent Wembley Stadium, 90,000 excited fans will be cheering on their favourites as they battle it out for an early lead in Pool C. Want to watch one of the most anticipated matches from the group stages? Get your New Zealand vs Argentina tickets Now.
The New Zealand “All Blacks” are obviously a very well esteemed team having triumphed at the last edition of the World Cup in 2011 as well as becoming the first rugby nation in the professional era to achieve a perfect 100% record in a calendar year in 2013. It will be an ominous task for Argentina who suffered their heaviest loss ever at the hands of New Zealand. But, this is the World Cup, the biggest tournament in the rugby calendar and the underdogs will be hoping to play freely in front of an enthusiastic crowd. See how Argentina does!
England is gearing up to put on a spectacle for rugby fans in 2015. With matches taking places all over the country as well as Wales, it is going to feature the best teams in professional rugby and it they don’t come much better than New Zealand. The team will be hoping to repeat the all the glory from four years ago where they beat France in the final to win their second World Cup title. See if they get their campaign off to a winning start!

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Pool C, Match 8
Venue: Wembley Stadium, London
Dates: Sunday, 20th September 2015
Times: From 16:45 pm
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Australia vs England Live Rugby World Cup

England’s pool match against Australia proved to be among the most in-demand for Rugby World Cup 2015 with the organizers announcing that a total of 950,000 tickets were sold last year’s in the September general sale.
Get ready as the greatest competition in the rugby union calendar comes to England. Yes, it´s Rugby World Cup time and you can be a part of it as England take on Australia at Twickenham. No way to grab your England vs Australia tickets right now! So Stay With us for streaming Online at your home.
Australia left the title contention spectacularly four years ago in New Zealand after losing 6-20 against the hosts at Eden Park in Auckland. The Wallabies will be hoping to go two steps further this time around in England, as they try to win the RWC for the first time since 1999, when they beat France at the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff. The Australians will be confident but face a very difficult group in in Pool A, with Wales, England and Fiji also fighting to enter the knockout stage.
Pool A, Match 26
Venue: Twickenham, London
Dates: Saturday, 3rd October 2015
Times: From 20:00 pm
Status: Live Streaming
England face exactly the same uphill struggle to the next round but they at least possess the home advantage. The home-team had a disappointing campaign four years ago in New Zealand, with a quarter-final defeat against France in Auckland. Les Bleus were on form and went all the way to face the hosts in the final. The Wallabies and Red Dragons are England´s biggest rugby rivals and they will be keen to achieve victories to convince fans at Twickenham

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England is all set to take on Fiji in the First Opening match of Rugby World Cup 2015. The match will start at 20:00 (Local London Time).
England and Fiji faced each other 5 times in Rugby World Cup, and England successfully defeated Fiji in all the Rugby World Cup matches.
It would be a chance for Fiji to break England streak against them on Friday in First Opening match of 2015 Rugby World Cup.
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The first match against Fiji will start a tough battle for England with pressure of having advantage of being at home and winning the opening match as well the overall tournament

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As England will set to host the Rugby World this autumn the Rugby union world teams will be embarking on their hard-hitting quest for RWC 2015 trophy from 18th Sept., Friday. Watch England vs Fiji live Telecast at the opening match of the tournament. Get everything you would like to know on live streaming, schedule, team previews and match prediction of the first match to be staged at the Twickenham Stadium. You can also watch opening ceremony live from our website. The games are hosted by England across various 12 splendid stadiums with majority of games to be staged at Twickenham Stadium, London

Date : 18th September 2015, Friday

Time : 20.00 hrs (local London time)

EDT time : 15.00 hrs

GMT/UTC : 19.00 hrs

Venue : Twickenham Stadium, London

Watch Opening Ceremony RWC 2015 Live

The first Rugby World Cup has been held in 1987, while the recent Rugby World Cup has held in New Zealand in the year 2011. It is administered by Rugby World Cup Limited (RWCL), a supplementary of the International Rugby Board (IRB). England is hosting this year Rugby World Cup 2015. The Rugby World Cup tournament will conducted in every four years with the top Rugby International teams.
So, Live Rugby World Cup Opening Ceremony 2015 is going to be colorful mega event with a huge number of teams playing for their nation and country and will give the ultimate entertainment. Rugby World Cup 2015 tickets will be available on the official website of the rugby World Cup website where not only tickets but also can book the travel packages will also be available for the rugby fans in UK as well as overseas.

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In the list of most watched top mega tournaments, Rugby World Cup tournament stands in third position after the big tournaments like Olympics and FIFA World Cup. Though IRB has collaborated with itv, UK, leaving behind Sky Sports and BBC, to buy the rights for the official coverage, live streaming for opening ceremony and closing ceremony along with overall 48 matches to be held from 18th September to 31st October 2015, hosting by the countries like England and Wales.

While the world is eagerly waiting for colorful celebration of the sport of rugby competitions in the form of the Rugby World Cup 2015, it is foremost for the potential merchandise buyers to gather all the precautionary measures before splurging their hard earned money into purchases.
England and Wales are hosting this year’s Rugby World cup 2015, the recent news have announced the 17 opening ceremony venues in these countries which have been chosen for the opening ceremonies for Rugby world cup 2015 participating teams.
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Rugby World Cup 2015 Fixtures

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Pool stage
Friday 18 September
Pool A: England v Fiji (8pm, Twickenham – all times BST, unless stated)

Saturday 19 September
Pool C: Tonga v Georgia (12pm, Gloucester)
Pool D: Ireland v Canada (2.30pm, Millennium Stadium)
Pool B: South Africa v Japan (4.45pm, Brighton)
Pool D: France v Italy (8pm, Twickenham)

Sunday 20 September
Pool B: Samoa v USA (12pm, Brighton)
Pool A: Wales v Uruguay (2.30pm, Millennium Stadium)
Pool C: New Zealand v Argentina (4.45pm, Wembley)

Wednesday 23 September
Pool B: Scotland v Japan (2.30pm, Gloucester)
Pool A: Australia v Fiji (4.45pm, Millennium Stadium)
Pool D: France v Romania (8pm, Olympic Stadium)

Thursday 24 September
Pool C: New Zealand v Namibia (8pm, Olympic Stadium)

Friday 25 September
Pool C: Argentina v Georgia (4.45pm, Gloucester)

Saturday 26 September
Pool D: Italy v Canada (2.30pm, Elland Road)
Pool B: South Africa v Samoa (4.45pm, Villa Park)
Pool A: England v Wales (8pm, Twickenham)

Sunday 27 September
Pool A: Australia v Uruguay (12pm, Villa Park)
Pool B: Scotland v United States (2.30pm, Elland Road)
Pool D: Ireland v Romania (4.45pm, Wembley)

Tuesday 29 September
Pool C: Tonga v Namibia (4.45pm, Exeter)

Thursday 1 October
Pool A: Wales v Fiji (4.45pm, Millennium Stadium)
Pool D: France v Canada (8pm, Milton Keynes)

Friday 2 October
Pool C: New Zealand v Georgia (8pm, Millennium Stadium)

Saturday 3 October
Pool B: Samoa v Japan (2.30pm, Milton Keynes)
Pool B: South Africa v Scotland (4.45pm, St James’ Park)
Pool A: England v Australia (8pm, Twickenham)

Sunday 4 October
Pool C: Argentina v Tonga (2.30pm, Leicester)
Pool D: Ireland v Italy (4.45pm, Olympic Stadium)

Tuesday 6 October
Pool D: Canada v Romania (4.45pm, Leicester)
Pool A: Uruguay v Fiji (8pm, Milton Keynes)

Wednesday 7 October
Pool B: South Africa v United States (4.45pm, Olympic Stadium)
Pool C: Namibia v Georgia (8pm, Exeter)

Friday 9 October
Pool C: New Zealand v Tonga (8pm, St James’ Park)

Saturday 10 October
Pool B: Samoa v Scotland (2.30pm, St James’ Park)
Pool A: Australia v Wales (4.45pm, Twickenham)
Pool A: England v Uruguay (8pm, City of Manchester Stadium)

Sunday 11 October
Pool C: Argentina v Namibia (12pm, Leicester)
Pool D: Italy v Romania (2.30pm, Exeter)
Pool D: France v Ireland (4.45pm, Millennium Stadium)
Pool B: United States v Japan (8pm, Gloucester)

Saturday 17 October
Winner B v Runner-up A (4pm, Twickenham)
Winner C v Runner-up D (8pm, Millennium Stadium)

Sunday 18 October
Winner D v Runner-up C (1pm, Millennium Stadium)
Winner A v Runner-up B (4pm, Twickenham)

Saturday 24 October
Winner QF1 v Winner QF2 (4pm, Twickenham)

Sunday 25 October
Winner QF3 v Winner QF4 (4pm GMT, Twickenham)

Third place play-off
Friday 30 October (8pm GMT, Olympic Stadium)

Saturday 31 October (4pm GMT, Twickenham)

New Zealand 2015 Rugby World Cup squad named

  • Hookers: Dane Coles (Hurricanes/Wellington), Keven Mealamu (Blues/Auckland), Codie Taylor (Crusaders/Canterbury).
  • Props: Wyatt Crockett (Crusaders/Canterbury), Charlie Faumuina (Blues/Auckland), Ben Franks (Hurricanes/Hawke's Bay), Owen Franks (Crusaders/Canterbury), Tony Woodcock (Blues/North Harbour).
  • Locks: Brodie Retallick (Chiefs/Bay of Plenty), Luke Romano (Crusaders/Canterbury), Samuel Whitelock (Crusaders/Canterbury).
  • Loose forwards: Sam Cane (Chiefs/Bay of Plenty), Jerome Kaino (Blues/Auckland), Richie McCaw - captain (Crusaders/Canterbury), Liam Messam (Chiefs/Waikato), Kieran Read (Crusaders/Canterbury), Victor Vito (Hurricanes/Wellington).
  • Halfbacks: Tawera Kerr-Barlow (Chiefs/Waikato), TJ Perenara (Hurricanes/Wellington), Aaron Smith (Highlanders/Manawatu).
  • First five-eighths: Beauden Barrett (Hurricanes/Taranaki), Daniel Carter (Crusaders/Canterbury), Colin Slade (Crusaders/Canterbury).
  • Midfielders: Malakai Fekitoa (Highlanders/Auckland), Ma'a Nonu (Hurricanes/Wellington), Conrad Smith (Hurricanes/Wellington), Sonny Bill Williams (Chiefs/Counties Manukau).
  • Outside backs: Nehe Milner-Skudder (Hurricanes/Manawatu), Julian Savea (Hurricanes/Wellington), Ben Smith (Highlanders/Otago), Waisake Naholo (Highlanders/Taranaki).