ITV will broadcast the 2019 Rugby World Cup semi-final between England and New Zealand on Saturday morning (26th Oct).
The match takes place at the International Stadium Yokohama, and will see Eddie Jones’ side face Steven Hansen’s men.
Both sides were impressive in their quarter-final matches a week ago, with England overcoming Australia 40-16 and the All Blacks dominating Ireland 46-14.
Mark Pougatch will be live on ITV and ITV HD from 7.30am, where he will be joined in the studio by Clive Woodward, Jonny Wilkinson and Sean Fitzpatrick.
Reports come from Jill Douglas, Brian O’Driscoll and Maggie Alphonsi, while match commentary is provided by Nick Mullins, Ben Kay and Lawrence Dallaglio.
The match will also be streamed live via the ITV Hub. Highlights will be shown on ITV4 from 5.10pm on Saturday evening.
Wales take on South Africa in the second semi-final on Sunday Morning. That match will also be shown live on ITV from 7.30am, kick-off 9.00am
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