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Guinness Autumn Series International, Aviva Stadium, Dublin 24/11/2012 Ireland vs Argentina Ireland's Simon Zebo scores a try Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/Dan Sheridan

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This September, the world’s top 20 Rugby nations will gather in England, The RWC 2015 tournament will be hosted by England from 18 September to 31 October.  Twickenham Stadium in London will host the final.

Get the live streaming link, kick of time and date of Ireland vs Argentina Live match of 2015 Rugby World Cup : England

What:  Ireland vs Argentina
When: Oct 18 , 13:00 local, 12:00 GMT
Where: Millennium Stadium
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Preview :

The spoils for Ireland’s first ever Rugby World Cup win over the French, following defeats at the 1995, 2003 and 2007 tournaments, is a quarter-final showdown with Pool C runners-up Argentina at the same Cardiff cauldron next Sunday (kick-off 1pm).

Victory over France yesterday came at considerable cost, with significant injuries to Jonathan Sexton, Paul O’Connell and Peter O’Mahony. They are three serious players at Test level. And there might also be a citing for Sean O’Brien, another highly influential player who had a monumental match. But their tremendous resolve, and the fact that their replacements performed so admirably will give them heart.

Ireland would not have underestimated Argentina anyway, simply because they were knocked out at the pool stage by them in 2007 in France, but they will enter this contest even more warily now. The Pumas have improved so much because of their experience in the Rugby Championship.

Before heading to Cardiff for the Pool D decider, the Ireland camp maintained that the identity of the quarter-final opponent wasn’t important. What they wanted was an extra day to prepare for the knock-out fixture.

“The biggest reason for winning the pool is to have that extra day before we have to play again,” head coach Joe Schmidt said on Friday.

Los Pumas gave the All Blacks plenty of problems in their opening match of the tournament but they were overhauled in the final quarter.

In RWC 2011 Argentina also finished runners up in their pool (to England) with three wins and one loss and they were beaten 33-10 by the All Blacks in the quarter finals.

Head to Head :

2014 INT   Tucuman       Argentina   17-23   Ireland Tries    2-2

2014 INT   Resistencia   Argentina   17-29   Ireland Tries    2-3

2012 INT   Dublin           Ireland     46–24  Argentina Tries  7-2

2010 INT   Dublin           Ireland    29–9     Argentina Tries  2-0

2008 INT   Dublin          Ireland    17–3      Argentina Tries   1-0

Team news :

Ireland have been reeling from the twin injuries to O’Connell and O’Mahony, and the suspension of Sean O’Brien after the dynamic flanker was retrospectively spotted landing a blow on France lock Pascal Pape. However, there is some good news for the Irish faithful. Jonathan Sexton, the virtually-irreplaceable fly-half, has been passed fit to play following a groin strain sustained in the victory over France. Ireland need a huge performance from the 30-year-old in Cardiff, where his leadership as much as his points will be key in the absence of O’Connell.

Argentina have made a mighty 10 changes to their side for Sunday’s clash, with head coach Daniel Hourcade selecting his strongest available XV. Marcos Ayerza, Agustin Creevy and Ramiro Herrara make up a new-look front row, while Tomas Lavanini replaces Matias Alemanno in the locks. The Pumas are not short on experience, with the likes of 33-year-olds Juan Martin Fernandez Lobbe and Juan Martin Hernandez anchoring a squad that boasts 496 caps.

Key stats :

*Of the 15 Tests between the two nations, Ireland have won 10 and Argentina five. However, the Irish have come out on top in each of the last five encounters, the most recent being a 23-17 win in June 2014.

*However, their World Cup encounters see a reversal of fortune, with Argentina winning two of their three meetings. The last time the two nations played each other at a World Cup, in 2007’s Pool D, the Pumas were 30-15 victors.

*Ireland have never won a knockout match at a World Cup. This will be their sixth quarterfinal, together with a quarterfinal playoff in 1999.

Weather :

Summer is now but a distant memory and Cardiff will have a nip in the air on Sunday. Temperatures of around 12 degree celsius, coupled with a reasonably strong breeze, mean supporters will want to wrap up warm. The players, however, will probably welcome the cool afternoon, such will be the physicality of the encounter.

Line Ups:

Jamie Heaslip takes the skippers armband from the injured Paul O’Connell and Johnny Sexton will start. The three changes are Iain Henderson for O’Connell, Jordi Murphy for Peter O’Mahony and Chris Henry for the suspended Sean O’Brien

Ireland: 1. Cian Healy, 2. Rory Best, 3. Mike Ross, 4. Devin Toner, 5. Iain Henderson, 6. Jordi Murphy, 7. Chris Henry, 8. Jamie Heaslip (captain), 9. Conor Murray, 10. Jonathan Sexton, 11. Dave Kearney, 12. Robbie Henshaw, 13. Keith Earls, 14. Tommy Bowe, 15. Rob Kerney

Replacements: 16. Richardt Strauss, 17. Jack McGrath, 18. Nathan White, 19. Donnacha Ryan, 20. Rhys Ruddock, 21. Eoin Reddan, 22. Ian Madigan, 23. Luke Fitzgerald

Los Pumas rung the changes for their final pool match so all of ten players return to the starting line up which is as follows

Argentina: 1. Marcos Ayerza, 2. Agustin Creevy (captain), 3. Ramiro Herrera, 4. Guido Petti, 5. Tomas Lavanini, 6. Pablo Matera, 7. Juan Martin Fernandez Lobbe, 8. Leonardo Senatore, 9. Martin Landajo, 10. Nicolas Sanchez, 11. Juan Imhoff, 12. Juan Martin Hernandez, 13. Matias Moroni, 14. Santiago Cordero, 15. Joaquin Tuculet

Replacements: 16. Julian Montoya, 17. Lucas Noguera, 18. Juan Pablo Orlandi, 19. Matias Alemanno, 20. Facundo Isa, 21. Tomas Cubelli, 22. Jeronimo De La Fuente, 23. Lucas Gonzalez Amorosino