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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 Scotland vs South Africa Live match of 2015 Rugby World Cup : England

What:  Scotland vs South Africa
When: 3 – October , 16:45 local, 15:45 GMT
Where: St James’s Park, Newcastle
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Preview :

South Africa will look to re-assert their status as the dominant team in the 2015 Rugby World Cup, or RWC, when they take on Scotland in their Pool B clash on Saturday at St James’ Park. A win in Newcastle would put South Africa in the driver’s seat for a quarterfinal spot in the RWC-2015.

The Springboks has restored a measure of pride after trumping Samoa 46-6 at the weekend. However, another potential slip could happen when Heyneke Meyer’s side faces Scotland, which cruised past U.S.A. for a 39-16

South Africa has made some significant changes ahead of their RWC Squad against the Scots. Meyer introduced Fourie du Preez as the Springboks’ new captain, replacing Jean de Villiers, who retired from the Rugby World Cup after breaking his jaw against Samoa. Meyer also injected some fresh legs in his lineup, adding Eben Etzebeth, Lodewyk de Jager and Jess Kriel, who are all playing in their early 20s.

There is history here. Scotland played the first rugby international ever played, in 1871 . They hosted it and won it.

Scotland played South Africa in the first rugby international in 1906, Scotland hosted it and won it. The next time they beat South Africa was 59 years later and in the meantime South Africa had set a world record, beating Scotland 44-0.

According to Principa, New Zealand have won 84% of the matches they have played, compared to 66% wins by Australia, 62% wins by South Africa, and 61% by England . New Zealand scores an average of 36.9 points in a match, compared to 28.9 by Australia, 28.5 by England and 28.4 by South Africa.

Prediction: We overestimated the Springboks against Japan and underestimated them against Samoa. But we believe there will be no overconfidence this time, that their forwards will be get on top and that their backs will have the thrust for the Springboks to win by 15 points or more.

Overall Results between Scotland vs South Africa Rugby live :

Details Played Won by
Won by
 South Africa
Drawn Scotland points South Africa points
In Scotland 18 5 13 0 162 427
In South Africa 7 0 7 0 108 225
Neutral venue 0 0 0 0 0 0
Overall 25 5 20 0 270 652

Players to Watch :

For Scotland: Stuart Hogg, an adventurous, strong, fast fullback who is the spark to much of Scotland’s attack, often surprise attack. Richie Vernon is a player of interest, a Test forward who has become a Test back. Going from back to forward is much less unusual.

For South Africa: How Fourie du Preez goes about things will be most interesting – a new captain, an instinctive player, a quiet man on the field but a highly effective one. By recent standards he has a young side with nine players in the 23 under the age of 25. The flyhalf is 21, the inside centre 23 and the outside centre 21. Another young player who will catch the eye is 22-year-old Lodewyk de Jager, who has been outstanding in every one of the 14 Tests he has played.

Last Five Rugby World Cup Winners  Details :

23 October 2011        –                Newzeland  8 –                               France – 7

20 October 2007      –              South Africa 15 –                               England – 6

22 November 2003  –              England 20 –                                    Australia – 17

6 November 1999     –              Australia 35 –                                   France – 12

2 November 1991    –                Australia 12 –                                   England – 6


South Africa : 1-Tendai Mtawarira, 2-Bismarck du Plessis, 3-Jannie du Plessis, 4-Eben Etzebeth, 5-Lodewyk de Jager, 6-Francois Louw, 7-Schalk Burger, 8-Duane Vermeulen, 9-Fourie du Preez (captain), 10-Handre Pollard, 11-Bryan Habana, 12-Damian de Allende, 13-Jesse Kriel, 14-JP Pietersen, 15-Willie Le Roux

Replacements : 16-Adriaan Strauss, 17-Trevor Nyakane, 18-Frans Malherbe, 19-Pieter-Steph du Toit, 20-Willem Alberts, 21-Ruan Pienaar, 22-Pat Lambie, 23-Jan Serfontein

Scotland : 1-Gordon Reid, 2-Fraser Brown, 3-Willem Nel, 4-Richie Gray, 5-Jonny Gray, 6-Josh Strauss, 7-Blair Cowan, 8-David Denton; 9-Greig Laidlaw (captain), 10-Duncan Weir, 11-Tim Visser, 12-Matt Scott, 13-Richie Vernon, 14-Tommy Seymour, 15-Stuart Hogg

Replacements : 16-Ross Ford, 17-Alasdair Dickinson, 18-Jon Welsh, 19-Tim Swinson, 20-Ryan Wilson, 21-Sam Hidalgo-Clyne, 22-Peter Horne, 23-Sean Lamont