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The 2019 Rugby World Cup begins today.

The tournament begins in Tokyo with hosts Japan taking on Russia in the opening game of Group A.

That comes after the opening ceremony, however, which promises to be a celebratory affair as ever and will surely come with one or two surprises too.

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Here’s everything you need to know ahead of the big kick-off:

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When does the tournament start?

The traditional tournament curtain-raiser is the opening ceremony, which is set to begin at about 10.30am on Friday 20 September.

The opening match follows the opening ceremony, with hosts Japan opening the tournament against Russia.

The match will start at 11:45 BST.

Where can I watch in the UK?

You can watch each game on ITV, while Indy Sport will have you covered with live blogs if you’re on the move or at your desk. You can also stream the game on mobile devices and on your computer via the ITV website.

When will England begin their pursuit of the Webb Ellis trophy?

England kick off their Pool C fixtures against Tonga.

The game will take place on September 22 at 11:15 BST.

The Rugby World Cup begins on Friday (Getty)

Who is playing and what are the pools?

There are 20 teams competing in Japan and they are divided into four pools, with the top two progressing to the quarter-finals.

Pool A: Ireland, Scotland, Japan, Russia, Samoa

Pool B: New Zealand, South Africa, Italy, Namibia, Canada

Pool C: England, France, Argentina, United States, Tonga

Pool D: Australia, Wales, Georgia, Fiji, Uruguay

The favourites

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