England vs Chile Preview & Prediction | 2023 Rugby World Cup | Pool Stage
When is England vs Chile on and what time does it start? England vs Chile will take place on Saturday 23rd September, 2023 – 16:45 (UK)
Where is England vs Chile taking place? England vs Chile will take place at Stade Pierre-Mauroy in Lille, France
Where can I get tickets for England vs Chile? Click here for the latest ticket information for England vs Chile
What channel is England vs Chile on in the UK? England vs Chile will be televised live on ITV
Where can I stream England vs Chile in the UK? England vs Chile can be streamed live on ITVX
Starting 15: Marcus Smith, Henry Arundell, Elliot Daly, Ollie Lawrence, Max Malins, Owen Farrell, Danny Care, Bevan Rodd, Theo Dan, Kyle Sinckler, David Ribbans, George Martin, Lewis Ludlam, Jack Willis, Billy Vunipola
Replacements: Jack Walker, Joe Marler, Will Stuart, Ollie Chessum, Ben Earl, Ben Youngs, George Ford, Joe Marchant
Starting 15: Francisco Urroz, Cristobal Game, Domingo Saavedra, Matias Garafulic, Franco Velarde, Rodrigo Fernandez, Benjamin Videla, Alfonso Escobar, Ignacio Silva, Martín Sigren, Javier Eissmann, Clemente Saavedra, Matias Dittus, Augusto Bohme, Salvador Lues
Replacements: Inaki Ayarza, Lukas Carvallo, Raimundo Martínez, Thomas Orchard, Pablo Huete, Inaki Gurruchaga, Vittorio Lastra, Tomas Dussaillant
England made it back-to-back wins as they secured a victory over Japan in their second game of the Rugby World Cup. It was far from a vintage display from Steve Borthwick’s side but they got the job done and sealed what turned out to be a straightforward win despite only leading by one point at the 55-minute mark.
Chile were on the end of another big loss as they went down to Samoa. They conceded 43 points in that game, adding to the 42 they shipped against Japan and they have it all to do to avoid further woe here against an England side that could cause them some real problems.
England will aim to build some momentum as they take on Pool D minnows Chile. The English were somewhat underwhelming against Japan but still ran out comfortable winners in the end and will now look to give Marcus Smith some game time at fullback, complementing Owen Farrell’s return to the side at fly-half. That could result in a more attack-minded game plan and England should be big winners here.
BETTING TIP: England -49