World Cup teams brings you all the lineups as they are announced.

World Cup tries (Weekend 4)

Every five-pointer from the last round of the pool stage.

Brilliant Bryan now joint top-scorer looks at the players who have topped the stats in five key areas of the game in the World Cup so far.

Bok discipline cause for concern

The Springboks head into the World Cup knockouts having conceded more penalties than any other play-off qualifier, reports JON CARDINELLI.

Boks owe Welsh a beating

Revenge will be on the Springboks’ minds when they face Wales in the World Cup quarter-final at Twickenham on Saturday, reports JON CARDINELLI in London.

Wales call up Walker

Eli Walker will replace Liam Williams in Wales' World Cup squad ahead of their quarter-final against the Springboks.

‘Injury rates have not increased’

World Rugby says the perception that the number of injuries suffered at World Cups has greatly increased is incorrect.

Reds release O’Connor

James O'Connor has left the Reds with a year to go on his two-year contract.

‘Du Preez best I’ve ever seen’

Eddie Jones says Fourie du Preez’s peerless decision-making and execution will serve the Springboks well in the play-offs, reports JON CARDINELLI in London.

Ireland rise in rankings

Ireland have moved up to third place in the World Rugby rankings after their 24-9 victory over France in Cardiff.

World Cup Daily (Episode 30)

World Rugby looks back at a third win for Japan, as well as victories for Argentina, Italy and Ireland.

Five incredible diving World Cup tries

There's finishing, and then there's finishing in style.

What we’ve learned

Five lessons from the past week of the World Cup, according to SIMON BORCHARDT.

Boks too strong for weakened Wales

The Springboks can achieve an emphatic win against Wales in their World Cup quarter-final, writes MARK KEOHANE in Business Day.

Right man at the right time

Fourie du Preez is the right man to lead the Springboks in the World Cup play-offs, writes JON CARDINELLI.

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