New Zealand vs South Africa Betting Preview & Prediction | 2023 Rugby World Cup | Final
When is New Zealand vs South Africa on and what time does it start? New Zealand vs South Africa will take place on Saturday 28th October, 2023 – 20:00 (UK)
Where is New Zealand vs South Africa taking place? New Zealand vs South Africa will take place at Stade de France in Saint-Denis, France
Where can I get tickets for New Zealand vs South Africa? Click here for the latest ticket information for New Zealand vs South Africa
What channel is New Zealand vs South Africa on in the UK? New Zealand vs South Africa will be televised live on ITV
Where can I stream New Zealand vs South Africa in the UK? New Zealand vs South Africa can be streamed live on ITVX
Starting 15: Beauden Barrett, Will Jordan, Rieko Ioane, Jordie Barrett, Mark Telea, Richie Mo'unga, Aaron Smith, Ardie Savea, Sam Cane, Shannon Frizell, Scott Barrett, Brodie Retallick, Tyrel Lomax, Codie Taylor, Ethan de Groot
Replacements: Samisoni Taukei'aho, Tamaiti Williams, Nepo Laulala, Sam Whitelock, Dalton Papalii, Finlay Christie, Damian McKenzie, Anton Lienert-Brown
Starting 15: Damian Willemse, Kurt-Lee Arendse, Jesse Kriel, Damian de Allende, Cheslin Kolbe, Handre Pollard, Faf de Klerk, Duane Vermeulen, Pieter-Steph du Toit, Siya Kolisi, Franco Mostert, Eben Etzebeth, Frans Malherbe, Bongi Mbonambi, Steven Kitshoff
Replacements: Deon Fourie, Ox Nche, Trevor Nyakane, Jean Kleyn, RG Snyman, Kwagga Smith, Jasper Wiese, Willie Le Roux
After losing the opening game of the tournament to hosts France, New Zealand have got better every game and now look like the team to beat in this final. They were far too good for Argentina last week and while this will be a much tougher assignment, their level of performance has been a joy to behold the past couple of weeks.
South Africa are now just 80 minutes away from defending their world title after they edged England in a bruising contest last week. The Springboks will feel like they got away with one in that game as they failed to take control and only took the lead for the first time in the dying stages. A much better performance will be needed here and questions may need to be asked about their physical condition after two energy-sapping encounters in succession.
New Zealand and South Africa will lock horns as they do battle for the title of world champions. The All Blacks come into this as slight favourites but there is very little to split the two teams. They have shared three wins apiece in their last six encounters to highlight how closely matched they are but with New Zealand looking extremely strong with the ball as the tournament has progressed, they are the preference to lift the Webb Ellis Cup.
BETTING TIP: New Zealand to win