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Rugby World Cup 2019, Ireland vs Samoa: Kick-off time, what time does it start and team news

Independent Saturday, 12 October 2019 ()
Ireland vs Samoa kicks off at 11.45am BST on Saturday 12 October
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News video: Ireland 47-5 Samoa: Joe Schmidt and Rory Best look ahead to quarter-finals

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Ireland Rugby coach Joe Schmidt and captain Rory Best react to their side's 47-5 victory over Samoa, which secured a place in the World Cup quarter-finals. A bonus-point victory in Fukuoka sealed a safe passage to the last eight, whatever happens in Japan and Scotland's typhoon-threatened encounter...

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