Here you can find all of the 2019 Rugby World Cup ladders and standings, as well as the results.
Five teams play in each of the four pools, with the top two teams in each group progressing to the knockout stage of the tournament.
Sport24.co.za | Springboks: 10 points to ponder ahead of 2019 season
Herman Mostert highlights 10 points to ponder as the Springboks embark on their quest to win a third Rugby World Cup.
Sport24.co.za | All Blacks: Cheats or masters of gamesmanship?
The rugby fraternity needs to take note of what All Blacks lock Sam Whitelock got away with in the Super Rugby semi-finals, writes Herman Mostert.
Sport24.co.za | 2019 wish list for SA rugby enthusiasts
Herman Mostert outlines his wishes for South African rugby enthusiasts in the 2019 season.
Sport24.co.za | Blame game won't solve Serena strife
When I first watched the footage of Serena Williams at the US Open, I didn't think her claim of sexism was justified. Unfair refereeing, yes... […]
Sport24.co.za | Springboks will beat All Blacks at Loftus!
Mark Keohane remains convinced that the Springboks can beat the All Blacks and win the Rugby Championship.
Sport24.co.za | There will be no Lions miracle in Christchurch
The Crusaders will comfortably beat the Lions in the Super Rugby final in Christchurch, Mark Keohane predicts.
Sport24.co.za | For sake of Boks, Lions must travel for final
Springbok rugby will be a bigger beneficiary if the Lions travel to Christchurch for the Super Rugby final, says Mark Keohane.
Sport24.co.za | Stormers top brass reward mediocrity
Mark Keohane believes Robbie Fleck should depart as Stormers coach but doesn't expect the union's bosses to oblige.
Sport24.co.za | 3 Super Rugby franchises the way forward for SA
The only future for a healthier and stronger SA Super Rugby presence is to reduce the number of participating teams from four to three, says Mark […]
Sport24.co.za | Mbonambi the biggest winner after England series
Springbok hooker Bongi Mbonambi grabbed his opportunity with both hands during the England series, says Mark Keohane.