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[""!LIVESTREAM!""] England vs Argentina Live Free Broadcast HD TV On 27 October 2023


The bronze final at the Rugby World Cup 2023 is not a game that any professional would wish to play in. But, having been knocked out in the semi-final by South Africa, England face off against Argentina on Friday, October 27 for the dubious honour of finishing third. Expect an outrageously attacking game of rugby. How to watch Argentina vs England: live stream the Rugby World Cup 2023 bronze final online for free


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It's the Pumas vs the Red Rose in a repeat Pool D's first game


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Missing out on the Rugby World Cup final is going to hurt, a lot. But all is not lost, because there is a third-place playoff to contest. We know that neither team really wants to play in this match, but we'll be watching anyway. And so will a lot of dedicated fans from around the world.


When is England vs. Argentina in the Rugby World Cup?


England and Argentina will meet at 8:00 p.m. BST on Oct. 27 at the Stade de France in Paris, France.


What TV channel is England v Argentina on?


England v Argentina will be shown live on ITV1 from 7:30pm.


Rugby World Cup experts and former players will provide plenty of build-up to the big game in the run-up to kick-off.


Every match of the tournament will be shown live across ITV platforms.


Argentina will want to avenge its defeat to England in the opening match of Pool D, especially after last week's 44-6 semi-final humbling to New Zealand raised question marks over the Pumas' presence in the last four. The South Americans finished third in 2007 and have shown the aptitude to compete when their backs are against the wall. Departing head coach Michael Cheika will want his side to make better use of their entries into the opposition 22, after failing to turn pressure into points against the All Blacks. Emiliano Boffelli remains a potent weapon from the kicking tee, while captain Julian Montoya will fancy ruffling some feathers in the scrum. His likely second half replacement at hooker, Agustín Creevy, is due to make his final appearance for his country, the 38-year-old notorious for bashing out the national anthem with gusto.


England, meanwhile, has emerged from a tournament with its reputation enhanced. Steve Borthwick's side lost 16-15 to defending champions South Africa last weekend in a semi-final it was leading until Handre Pollard's penatly two minutes from time. Borthwick's kick-heavy tactics have come under intense scrutiny but few expected the Red Rose to reach the last four and they now have the chance to cut loose and play some attacking rugby, perhaps even selecting playmakers Marcus Smith and Henry Arundell in the backs. Back rower Courtney Lawes and scrum half Ben Youngs, who will retire as England's most capped player, have already announced that Friday's game will be their last in an England shirt, with a number of team-mates also expected to be close to calling it a day at international level, including Danny Care, Dan Cole and Jonny May.


England will complete what has been a successful Rugby World Cup campaign with the Bronze Final against Argentina. Third place is still up for grabs after a festival of rugby in France and Steve Borthwick’s side will be keen to finish on a high.


The game represents something of a full circle for the Red Rose men, having met the Pumas in the first game of the pool stage.


England got the win that day before embarking on a campaign that has raised fresh hope for the game on these shores following what was a difficult summer.


They might have fallen one game short of the big one but there's still plenty to play for as Argentina and England face off in the bronze final at the 2023 Rugby World Cup in France. For the Michael Cheika-led Pumas, it's a chance to equal their best effort at a World Cup, matching their third place in 2007. While for England, who weren't expected to perform well at this tournament, they can build some momentum as they look to move forward under Steve Borthwick.


Yet the Rugby World Cup third-place game between England and Argentina tomorrow might feel even more insignificant for the English, given an uncomfortable build-up centred almost entirely on Tom Curry and his allegation of racial abuse by an opponent that has been dismissed by the sport’s governing body.


World Rugby said on Thursday it found no evidence that South Africa hooker Bongi Mbonambi directed discriminatory remarks at Curry in the teams’ semifinal.


England’s Rugby Football Union reacted with fury at the decision, expressing its deep dismay that World Rugby decided against putting the evidence before an independent disciplinary panel.


Argentina, who were demolished 44-6 by New Zealand in the semifinals, is playing in the bronze-medal match for the third time in the last five editions of the World Cup. The first was in 2007, also in Paris when the Pumas beat France 34-10 at the Parc des Princes on the back of a wonderful performance from flyhalf Juan Martin Hernandez.


England are appearing in the tournament’s most unwanted game for a second time, after 1995 when they lost to France 19-9 at Loftus Versfeld.


The teams met on the second day of the World Cup — England won 27-10 despite playing from the third minute with 14 men after Curry’s red card and now go head-to-head again on the second-to-last day of the tournament.


England scrumhalf Ben Youngs will appear in his record 127th and last test. Courtney Lawes is also retiring from international rugby but has already played his final test because he won’t be involved.

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