See England vs Fiji 1st Match Preview, Live Streaming & TV Channel Info and much more. This is the first match of the Rugby World Cup 2015 and finally the battle is going to be starting for the champions to make the history once again and the England and Fiji are going to play the inaugural game of this mammoth cup that is hosted by the England and Wales.
Twickenham is the place that is going to host this game. According to the sources, it is found that the tickets are sold at all and the seating capacity in the stadium is about 82,000 people.
The England team is having the focus to gain the victory in this match as they are the host country so they are looking more conscious than anyone, but according to the experts the winner of this game will England, but the Fiji team is also having the guts to prolong in the fixture and presenting the hard-hitting time to the opposition in the glee.
England requires winning this match and making their way smooth for the upcoming games against the Wales and Australia.
Event: Rugby World Cup (RWC) 2015
Match: 1st Match
Teams: England vs Fiji
Date: 18 September, 2015
Time: 8 p.m. BST/3 p.m. EST
Live Stream Info:
The live streaming of the first match amid England vs Fiji is available on the ITV Player for the UK viewers only.
TV Channel Info:
England vs Fiji 1st match live streaming is available on various channels according to the geographic regions and some of the channels are mentioned here:
- United Kingdom (U.K): ITV1
- United States (U.S): Universal Sports
- Australia: Fox Sports
- New Zealand: Sky Sports
- South Africa: (Super Sports)
For further details regarding to the TV channel info you must follow this:
According to head to head record between England and Fiji the England side is the winner as they faced each other about five times and on all that attempts the England side beat the Fiji in all games till now.
This is going to be the surprising one that recently both these teams have been in counter to each other at the same venue that is the Twickenham back in 2012 and England team hammered the Fijians with remarkable exertion that is by 54-12 and that was the fulsome act from them in the hilarity.
The stats amid these teams in their recent five games are mentioned in the given below:
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