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Rugby World Cup 2023 Pool D

Pool D is one of the most competitive pools in the Rugby World Cup 2023. It features two-time champions England, previous hosts Japan, and Argentina. They are joined by Samoa, the winner of the Oceania 1 qualifier, and Chile (Americas 2). England is the clear favourite to win the pool, but they will face stiff competition from Argentina. Argentina is a physical team with a good set piece, and they are always a dangerous team in the knockout stages. Japan is also a strong team, and they will be looking to make their mark on the tournament. They are a well-rounded team with a good mix of experience and youth. Samoa is a traditional rugby power, and they will be looking to upset one of the top teams in the pool. They have a strong scrum and a good set piece, and they are always a dangerous team on their day. Chile is the least experienced team in the pool, but they will be determined to make their mark on the tournament. They have a good mix of youth and experience, and they are always a tough team to beat at home.

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Rugby World Cup 2023 Pool D Fixtures

21:00 Saturday 9th September- England vs Argentina, Stade Velodrome in Marseille
13:00 Sunday 10th September- Japan vs Chile, Stade de Toulouse in Toulouse
15:00 Saturday 16th September- Samoa vs Chile, Stade de Bordeaux in Bordeaux
21:00 Sunday 17th September- England vs Japan, Stade de Nice in Nice
17:45 Friday 22nd September- Argentina vs Samoa, Stade Geoffroy-Guichard in Saint Etienne
17:45 Saturday 23rd September- England vs Chile, Stade Pierre-Mauroy in Lille
21:00 Thursday 28th September- Japan vs Samoa, Stade de Toulouse in Toulouse
15:00 Saturday 30th September- Argentina vs Chile, Stade de la Beaujoire in Nantes
17:45 Saturday 7th October- England vs Samoa, Stade Pierre-Mauroy in Lille
13:00 Sunday 8th October- Japan vs Argentina, Stade de la Beaujoire in Nantes

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