Japan's Isileli Nakajima (left), celebrates with Yu Tamura after qualifying for the knockout stages. Can they make it to the semi-final? Photo: AP Japan's Isileli Nakajima (left), celebrates with Yu Tamura after qualifying for the knockout stages. Can they make it to the semi-final? Photo: AP
Japan's Isileli Nakajima (left), celebrates with Yu Tamura after qualifying for the knockout stages. Can they make it to the semi-final? Photo: AP

Rugby World Cup quarter-finals: who are favourites to advance and can Japan beat South Africa?

  • The tournament enters the knockout stages, and there is sure to be at least one upset
  • Every rugby fan in the world – except South Africans – are hoping Japan can continue to ride the wave of home support and form

Topic |   Rugby World Cup 2019
Japan's Isileli Nakajima (left), celebrates with Yu Tamura after qualifying for the knockout stages. Can they make it to the semi-final? Photo: AP Japan's Isileli Nakajima (left), celebrates with Yu Tamura after qualifying for the knockout stages. Can they make it to the semi-final? Photo: AP
Japan's Isileli Nakajima (left), celebrates with Yu Tamura after qualifying for the knockout stages. Can they make it to the semi-final? Photo: AP
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