England faces South Africa in their Rugby World Cup 2023 semi-final fixture on Saturday (October 21).

The two teams faced off in the last Rugby World Cup final back in 2019 in Yokohama, Japan, with the Springboks coming out comfortable winners 32-12.

England will be looking for revenge on Saturday when they meet in the semi-finals of the 2023 Rugby World Cup in France. 

The winner of Saturday's match will make it through to the final where they will play the victor of the other semi between New Zealand and Argentina, which takes place on Friday (October 20). 

The two losing semi-finalists will play off against each other in the bronze final.

Rugby World Cup 2023 semi-final fixtures

Friday, October 20

  • New Zealand v Argentina

Saturday, October 21

  • England v South Africa

What time is England v South Africa kick-off?

England takes on South Africa in their Rugby World Cup semi-final match on Saturday (October 21) after beating Fiji 30-24 in their quarter-final fixture last Sunday (October 15).

Kick-off for the England v South Africa match is 8pm (BST) on Saturday, October 21.

The match is taking place at the Stade de France in Saint-Denis, Paris and the referee is Ben O'Keefe (New Zealand).

How to watch England v South Africa

The Rugby World Cup 2023 semi-final fixture between England and South Africa will be broadcast on ITV.

Coverage for the match kicks off on ITV1 at 7.15pm (BST).

New Zealand v Argentina

The other Rugby World Cup 2023 semi-final will take place on Friday (October 20) between New Zealand and Argentina.

New Zealand beat Ireland in their quarter-final match 28-24, while Argentina accounted for a Wales beating them 29-17.

Kick-off for the New Zealand v Argentina game will be at 8pm (BST) on Friday, October 20.

That match is being played at Stade de France, Saint-Denis in Paris and will be refereed by Angus Gardner (Australia).

New Zealand v Argentina will be broadcast on ITV1 with coverage beginning at 7.30pm (BST).