There will be 20 best rugby teams in the world who will compete with each other in attempts to crown themselves as the champion of the 2019 Rugby World Cup.The prestigious event will take place in Japan from September 20 to November 2, 2019.
Speaking of the preview and prediction, many experts are sure that New Zealand has the big chance to win the Rugby World Cup title. Regardless of the different factors, the striving team will not proceed without the good fights from their competitors.
From group A, for instance, Japan team can come as the big element of surprises. No one will be able to predict what will turn out when Japan team gets on the court. Meanwhile, Scotland could be finishing in the second rank in the group. Ireland will extort their energy to play in such rough tournament. But Ireland has such huge advantages and favorite to win the Group A.
So, let’s move to the group B.
South Africa has quite compact team in years since Coach Rassie manages the team. The good team is also prevalent with the involvement of Siya Kolisi, the captain of the Springbok. Regardless of the fact that South Africa has such good prospects, New Zealand is the favorite to win the group B. as mentioned, they are also favorite to win the championship this year. But again, they will have to face the challenges to proceed to win to crown themselves as the champion. The top expert prediction is New Zealand.
Experts call the Group C as “Group of Death”. for this group, England turned out to be the favorite to win it. But their journey won’t be easy. They could possibly get stranded because of the group opponents. France and Argentina might not be the favorite. But they have such tremendous records in the competition. Meanwhile, Tonga will be tough to beat because they have great physical attributes. For the US fans, you must be patient. The US is not on peak level yet but with the slits to take, they will be able to get the advances.
The Group B will be hard because there will be tight feud between Wales and Australia. Wales is the Six Nations and Grand Slam winners. Many consider that they are the best after New Zealand. But let’s not neglect the prospects of Australia. They finished the second to New Zealand back then in 2015. they still have the morale and skills to do much better.
This year RWC will be tough, fellas!