It is the ninth Rugby World Cup that we all are eagerly awaiting! The day is close and after giving their best, the teams of England and South Africa are all geared up to take on each other in the final match in Yokohama.
As much as you are excited, there are many of us who would not be able to watch the match live in the stadium. There could be a little disappointment over the fact; however, the good news is that you can follow the match from wherever you want.
This is possible as you have the facility to stream the Rugby World Cup on NBC. While NBC is an American English-language television networks, you can live stream this channel and enjoy each and every moment from the match.
NBC is all set for the most extensive live coverage of the Rugby World Cup final 2019. In order to obtain its streaming services, you can subscribe to NBC sports Gold. The channel is offering a Rugby World Cup Pass for $99.99. Within the pass, you can get access to live, on-demand, and commercial free coverage of the tournament.
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Live Streaming of NBC
Live streaming has become the best way to watch shows and sports without cable. You can watch it via various streaming services, like:
- Hulu : You can get instant streaming of your favourite shows and movies on any of your favourite devices such as MAC, PC, tablets, smartphones, etc. With the help of Hulu, you can live stream channels such as CBS, Fox, NBC and ESPN.
- Fubo TV: Fubo Tv offers you the live sports for really reasonable prices. The service comes with sports’ caterers like CBS, Fox, NBC and the NFL Network.
- DirectTV Now: You can sign up with DirectTV online and get instant access to it to watch your favourite Rugby finale. It connects you with NBC, CBS, FOX, ESPN, and NFL network.
- YouTubeTV: It is a live TV from 70+ channels. You can get access to most of your favourite sports channels such as CBS, FOX, NBC, and ESPN.
England vs South Africa
In the semi-finals, England saw off New Zealand while South Africa saw off Wales. The final is on November 2 at 9am UK time – 11am in South Africa and 6pm in Japan.
In the history of Rugby World cups, South Africa has won the title for two times, i.e. in the year 1995 and 2007. Talking about England, it had won the tournament for the only time in their history in the year 2003. In 2007, England had emerged as the runner-up team. Thus, this World Cup is like a repeat of 2007 world as we get to see the same two teams against each other. In the previous match, South Africa had won 15-6. It will be interesting to see if England takes its revenge or South Africa emerge as the champions once again!