With one round of the Rugby World Cup 2023 pool games left to play, only two teams – Wales and England – have already qualified for the quarter-finals.
Six places in the last eight are still to play for.
Pool A Both quarter-final spots are to be decided but most likely to be France and New Zealand.
Pool B Tonga and Romania cannot qualify for the quarter-finals. Both quarter-final places are still to be decided between Ireland, South Africa and Scotland.
Pool C Wales has already qualified for quarter-finals. The other place will be secured by either Australia or Fiji:
Wales need one point against Georgia to guarantee top spot in Pool C. Fiji need one point against Portugal to confirm second place on the head-to-head rule having already beaten Australia. If Fiji get no points from the match, Australia will qualify for the quarter-finals as runners-up. Georgia and Portugal cannot qualify for the quarter-finals
Pool D England has qualified for quarter-finals. The other quarter-final spot will be decided between Argentina, Japan and Samoa:
The winner of Japan v Argentina will qualify for quarter-finals as runner-up. Samoa must beat England by 29 points and get a try-bonus point to qualify.