Wales vs Fiji – Rugby World Cup 2023: Stream FREE, TV channel, UK kick-off time as Dragons get campaign underway | The Sun

WALES begin their Rugby World Cup 2023 campaign with a clash against underdogs Fiji.

The Dragons have reached the quarter-finals of the World Cup on three occasions but they'll be hoping they can go a little further this time.

After their clash with Fiji, Wales face further pool matches against Portugal, Australia and Georgia.

Fiji should represent a nice early test for Warren Gatland's side, but they have to be weary as the Pacific Islands side beat England in a warm-up just last week.

When is Wales vs Fiji?

  • Wales' opening pool match with Fiji will take place on Sunday, September 10.
  • The game will kick off at 8pm BST, 9pm local time.
  • The State de Bordeaux will play host to the clash.

What TV channel is it on and can it be live streamed?

  • Wales vs Fiji will be shown live in the UK on ITV 1 and ITV 1 HD.
  • You can live stream the action from the ITV X app, which is available for download onto your mobile or tablet device.

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Can I watch for FREE?

  • Yes, you can watch for free on ITV1, so long as you have a valid TV licence.

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