England faces Fiji in their Rugby World Cup quarter-final fixture on Sunday (October 15).

England and World Cup hosts France are the only remaining Six Nations teams left in the tournament after Wales and Ireland both lost their quarter-final fixtures on Saturday (October 14).

Argentina and New Zealand are already through to the semi-finals of the Rugby World Cup 2023 while England, France, Fiji and reigning champions South Africa will be hoping to join them with wins on Sunday.

Rugby World Cup 2023 quarter-final fixtures

Saturday, October 14

  • Wales v Argentina (17-29)
  • Ireland v New Zealand (24-28)

Sunday, October 15

  • England v Fiji
  • France v South Africa

What time is England v Fiji kick-off?

England takes on Fiji in their Rugby World Cup quarter-final match on Sunday (October 15).

Kick-off for the England v Fiji match is 4pm (BST).

The match is taking place at the Stade de Marseille in Marseille and the referee is Mathieu Raynal (France).

How to watch England v Fiji

The Rugby World Cup 2023 quarter-final fixture between England and Fiji will be broadcast on ITV.

Coverage for the match kicks off on ITV1 at 3pm (BST).

France v South Africa

Rugby World Cup 2023 hosts France will take on reigning champions South Africa in the final quarter-final fixture of the weekend following the England v Fiji game on Sunday (October 15).

Kick-off for the France v South Africa game will be at 8pm (BST).

That match is being played at Stade de France, Saint-Denis in Paris and will be refereed by Ben O'Keefe (New Zealand).

France v South Africa will be broadcast on ITV1 with coverage beginning at 7.15pm (BST).

Rugby World Cup 2023 semi-finals

The winner of the England v Fiji and France v South Africa games will play each other on Saturday (October 21) in the semi-finals of the Rugby World Cup 2023

The winner of that game will go on to play in the final against the winner of the other semi between New Zealand and Argentina, which will take place on Friday (October 20).

Argentina beat Wales 29-17 on Saturday (October 14) in their quarter-final fixture. 

While New Zealand defeated Ireland in a close game, 28-24, to book their place in the semi-finals.