Scotland With the likes of flyhalf Finn Russell and fullback Stuart HoggIn in their roster, the Scots aren't lacking top drawer talent. What they do a have a deficit in is consistency - as exemplified by their two contradictory performances against France last month.
South Africa Versatility could be the key attribute for two-time champions South Africa this time out. Packed with explosive pace from the likes of Cheslin Kolbe and Makazole Mapimpi, the Springboks also have a kicking game that is the envy of most rivals. In Rassie Erasmus they also have the best named coach in the tournament. Tonga With a squad littered with talented players plying their trade in New Zealand, Australia, England and France, coach Toutai Kefu will be out to finally get his side into the knockout stages for the first time.
Having notched up creditable eight wins in their last 21 Test matches, its a goal that looks eminently achievable. Uruguay A kind draw with winnable opening matches against Fiji and Georgia gives the South American side a fighting chance of making through to the last eight for the first time.
They've never won more than one game at a World Cup, but will likely rectify that during this year's competition. Wales The loss to injury of Gareth Anscombe and Taulupe Faletau would be huge blow for most teams, but luckily for coach Warren Gatland, Wales has plenty of strength in depth among the ranks. More concerning will be a dip in form in the run up to Japan which has seen them lose to England and Ireland, a contrast to the game winning streak Wales enjoyed at the start of the year.
Please deactivate your ad blocker in order to see our subscription offer. See more VPN news. Since the matches will be split between the two, you can check here for a comprehensive breakdown of what matches will be on which network. The BBC will be using the same tried-and-tested technology they used for their London Olympics live streaming, so you should expect a steady stream with very few hiccups.
It seems somewhat limited. And, like many of the previous options, there's a free trial. Check your local FOX channel here. Learn more about Fios TV One. You can also watch online at verizon. You can test it out for free for five days, which is way more than you need because there are just two matches left! The match for third place is on Saturday, July 6, at 11 am ET. And then, after a glorious month of soccer, the final match will take place the next day, July 7; kick-off is at 11 am ET.
You streamed the World Cup for free. The only thing you need to keep in mind is that, if you want to watch every single match in English, you will need to have FS2 on June 15 and June 18; that channel airs one match on each of those days. DirectTV is the only service that doesn't carry FS2, so if you get that out of the way first, you don't even have to think about it.