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Today’s Rugby World Cup 2015 fixtures and results via app

The Rugby World Cup 2015 gets underway today, with the first game being played at 8PM UK time at Twickenham between England and Fiji. This will mark the start of the 6-week contest, and there are so many ways in which you can keep up-to-date.

Each day people will search for today’s Rugby World Cup 2015 fixtures, and one of the easiest ways to find those results is by downloading and installing the recently updated official Android and iOS app.

Rugby World Cup 2015 schedule

This is always going to be the better app because it is the official one, and so should have the most up-to-date news. However, one of its more popular features will no doubt be its Rugby World Cup 2015 results from the latest matches taking place.

Don’t expect much going on today seeing as though only the one match will be played. However, things get a lot busier tomorrow, as the schedule of play is Tonga Vs Georgia, Ireland Vs Canada, South Africa Vs Japan, and France Vs Italy.

What fans of the sport will like about the app is how you can compare your teams, add a match schedule to your calendar so you can get alerts when and where a match is being played, and even buy last minute 2015 Rugby World Cup tickets, if still available.

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Written by Peter Chubb

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