Don't miss out on France 2023 – see tickets going up on official resale site, where fans can offload tickets they can't use

For anyone lucky enough to have Rugby World Cup tickets for the quarter-finals – Wow! We all bore witness to some incredible rugby, and perhaps the greatest World Cup matches ever. We can’t blame you if you want to be a part of what’s left of this tournament and so there’s good news: Rugby World Cup semi-final tickets have become available!

And as ever, you can also check out the official resale site where fans are able to offload unwanted tickets at any time.

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Rugby World Cup semi-final tickets

If you are lucky enough to get semi-final tickets, there are two intriguing encounters to witness.

On Friday 20 October, Argentina take on New Zealand at the Stade de France, in Paris.

Then a day later, on Saturday 21 October, England face South Africa in the same stadium.

Who will come out on top?

Rugby World Cup tickets up on official resale site

Let us know how you get on, if you manage to find tickets for the event – you never know, you could still make it to France 2023. We would love to hear from you, because it’s set to be a cracker of an event…

Ireland are the world’s No 1 side and underlined that ranking with a superb Guinness Six Nations campaign as Andy Farrell’s team won a Grand Slam in Dublin for the first time in their history.

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But the Men in Green have reigning champions South Africa in their pool and if they make it to the quarter-finals are set to face one of France and New Zealand in the last eight.

Ireland have never made it past the quarter-final stage of a World Cup and despite their superb recent form will have to do it the hard way this time around if they are to give departing captain Johnny Sexton the perfect send-off.

And then, on the other side of the draw, few are talking up England’s chances. Could they be dark horses…?

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