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2021 World Rugby Dubai Sevens Cup Quarter Finals Schedule & Final Day

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The cup quarter-finals will start at 6:06 pm today. Dubai Sevens live stream here

The Blitzboks ended their first day at the Dubai Sevens II on a high note, downing Great Britain 21-7 in their final pool game to win Pool A and move into the quarterfinals.

The Blitzboks will face Kenya in their quarterfinal on Saturday after the other African side ended as the best third placed finisher to sneak into the playoffs.

But after a day where they beat Japan 48-0 and Ireland 21-12 in their other two pool games, the final game was a lot more physical, but was won once again by the superior breakdown skills of the Blitzboks.

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Dubai Sevens CUP QUARTERFINALS ON SATURDAY (ALL TIMES CAT, GMT+2):

7:44am Australia v Ireland
8:06am Argentina v Great Britain
8.28am USA v France
8:50am South Africa v Kenya.

Australia v Ireland


The Ireland Men advanced to their second Cup quarter-final of the new season, in front of the returning fans at the second leg of the HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series in Dubai.

Ireland set up a last-eight meeting with Australia tomorrow morning (9.44am Irish time/5.44am local time), following a resounding 41-0 victory over Japan in their final pool game.

After losses to Great Britain (24-21) and South Africa (21-12), James Topping’s side repeated their feat from last week to progress from Pool A as the overall best third-placed finishers.

Dubai Sevens Live Streaming in Australia & New Zealand?

  • SKY Tv (New Zealand)
  • Seven network (Australia)
In Australia, Seven Network will telecast Dubai Sevens live streaming free and in New Zealand, you can Enjoy game son Sky TV. Remember these sports networks will not only telecast matches on TV, but also, they will provide HSBC Dubai 7s live stream via their website.

Being Hosts, Brazil should be having a good amount of 2021/2022 HSBC Dubai Rugby Sevens Viewers, but all of them can’t go to stadiums to watch games, so they can tune in to their TV sets and go for any of these 5 channels.

Saturday 04 December 2021

Match 23
9TH PLACE SEMI FINAL
Fiji 7s vs Canada 7s

Match 19
CUP QUARTER FINALS
Australia 7s vs Ireland 7s

Match 24
9TH PLACE SEMI FINAL
Spain 7s vs Japan 7s

Match 20
CUP QUARTER FINALS
Argentina 7s vs Great Britain 7s

Match 21
CUP QUARTER FINALS
USA 7s vs France 7s

Match 22
CUP QUARTER FINALS
South Africa 7s vs Kenya 7s

Young Canadian teams took it on the chin at the Dubai Sevens on Friday, losing all five games.

The Canadian men, who finished 11th last week at the same venue in the opening tournament of the HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series 2022 season, lost 38-14 to the U.S., 24-17 to Australia and 26-14 to Kenya.

Canada’s women, who placed seventh in the opening event, were thumped 52-0 by Australia, last weekend’s champion, before falling 12-10 to Spain on a late try by Lea Ducher.

Eight different Australians scored tries against Canada. Captain Breanne Nicholas and Olivia De Couvreur had the Canadian tries against Spain.

Canada is fielding inexperienced squads after major organizational turnover in the wake of the Tokyo Olympics, where the Canadian men finished eight and the women ninth.

The men had to deal with a difficult pool. The Americans were runners-up to South Africa last weekend while Australia finished fifth and Kenya seventh.

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