The Rugby World Cup 2023 final will feature a showdown between the three-time champions, New Zealand, and the current world number one, defending cha
The Rugby World Cup 2023 final will feature a showdown between the three-time champions, New Zealand, and the current world number one, defending champion South Africa. New Zealand, after an initial loss to France, has fought their way to the final, with only two changes in their lineup. South Africa, another pre-tournament favorite, secured their place in the final with narrow victories over France and England. Both teams have a history of success in the Rugby World Cup, with three titles each. This final will determine who becomes the first four-time champion. Key matchups to watch include the battle of electrifying wingers: New Zealand’s Will Jordan and South Africa’s Cheslin Kolbe. The final will be officiated by Wayne Barnes, marking his first World Cup final. The teams are set, and rugby fans around the world are eagerly anticipating this epic showdown at the Stade de France.