England and South Africa meet in the Rugby World Cup final for the first time since 2007, with the former looking for a second title since 2003 and the latter hoping to lift the trophy for a third time.
A fifth consecutive win against South Africa would guarantee Wales a first ever appearance in the Rugby World Cup final, while the Springboks look for a first final since 2007.
England and New Zealand meet in a World Cup semifinal for the first time in 24 years with the All Blacks chasing a third consecutive final.
The hosts hope to shock South Africa for the second time in four years and make history by reaching a first World Cup semifinal.
The Six Nations rivals go head-to-head on Sunday with both looking to secure a first semifinal spot since 2011.
England and Australia resume their long-standing rivalries when they square off in the first quarterfinal on Saturday.
Ireland has defeated New Zealand in two of their last three meetings but goes into the quarterfinal having never won a knockout game at the Rugby World Cup.
The Eagles hope to finish the Rugby World Cup on a high when they take on Tonga on Saturday as they look for their first win.
World Rugby has taken the unprecedented decision to cancel two games, with England vs France and New Zealand vs Italy both called off.
The Super Typhoon is heading towards Tokyo and Yokohama and could have a severe impact on two games this weekend.
Both the Eagles and Los Pumas have already been eliminated but the U.S. are still looking for a first win in the tournament this year.
The main two Rugby World Cup favorites go head-to-head in Yokohama on Saturday, looking to lay down a marker for the rest of the tournament.
New Zealand arrives to the tournament as a slight favorite, with South Africa and England the main challengers.
The ninth edition of the Rugby World Cup gets underway in Japan on Friday, with New Zealand still the team to beat.
Rory Steyn has alleged sabotage on the eve of South Africa's rugby triumph.
When and where to watch all the action from Murrayfield.
It's time for a new crop of players to carry the sport forward in the new year.
21 MPs have signed a motion calling for the ban to be overturned.