Argentina – New Zealand: At what time and on which channel will you watch the first semi-final match?

Even without the French XV, the Rugby World Cup continues.
Argentina and New Zealand will face off on Friday 20 October for a place in the final.
Poster to follow on TF1 and MYTF1 and comment live with us.

The first ticket to the final is at stake… After its victory over the Irish (28-24), the All Blacks are preparing to face the Argentines, who won over Wales (29-17), in the World Cup semi-finals. Next Friday at the Stade de France. For the New Zealanders, looking for a fourth world title, history is in the making. With the world's leading nation Ireland excluded, they qualify as big favorites in this final four poster, intent on making a fifth World Cup final.

In contrast, Pumas dream of exploiting something. They have already managed one goal against Wales, although they did not start as favourites. This time, the step seems even higher, as the New Zealanders have raised their level of play since their defeat against the French XV team, in the opening match (13-27). Especially since Emiliano Bofilli's teammates haven't really found the recipe against the All Blacks: in the last 36 meetings, Argentina have only won… twice (2020, 2022).

And the Argentine press believes it

It didn't matter, to the Argentine press, determined to see Pumas reach a World Cup final for the first time in their history. “On Friday, at the Stade de France, they will take the step that will allow them to make this campaign in France unforgettable.”Local media promised ClarinThe evening of the victory over Wales.

Will Argentina achieve an unforgettable achievement? Or will New Zealand enjoy another final to become the most successful country in World Cup history, surpassing South Africa (3)? Answer on Friday, October 20 from 9 p.m. The meeting will be followed live on TF1 channel. MYTF1 And live commentary on TF1info.

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The next day, the second ticket to the final will be at stake. Much to the dismay of Blues fans, it is South Africa that will try their luck against England. The duel between the Springboks and XV de la Rose will be followed on Saturday 21 October at 9pm, live on TF1 and MYTF1 and live with commentary on TF1info.


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