The Rugby World Cup gets under way this weekend, where will YOU be watching?

The countdown is almost over for the start of the 2015 Rugby World Cup, and what a cracker this year is set to be, particularly with the ‘group of death’. We can all, we’re sure, get excited about this year’s ‘group of death’, given the fact that it comprises of the English, Welsh, Australian, Australian, Fijian, and Uruguayan teams. There’s no denying that this group is set to provide almost certainly the strongest line ups from any of the pools. If you needed any more convincing then let’s just remember that 80% of the teams in the group, (that’s four of the five) are placed in the top ten team rankings in the world! Oh and did we mentions that only two of those teams are able to go through to the next round? Someone’s got to lose out, so qualification is going to be a well-fought event! The tournament officially kicks off this Friday (September 18th) when England take on Fiji at Twickenham Stadium at 8pm. However, if you’re visiting the land of the dragon on one of our North Wales caravan holidays you will, of course, be tuning in on Sunday September 20th to watch Wales begin their campaign as they take on Uruguay. But the big one to firmly pencil into your calendar in the ‘group of death’, and arguably all the groups, will be the clash between Wales and England on Saturday September 26th. It’s still anyone’s game to win, so knowing who’ll come out on top is yet to be seen, but there’s one thing for sure and that is that it surely won’t disappoint with all 30 players giving it their all for the shirt. Image: Land Rover MENA under Creative Commons.

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