With the tournament entering the knockout stages, the 2015 Rugby World Cup is drawing to its final stages. There are very few surprises on who made it out of the group stages, with reigning champions New Zealand cruising to top of their group with only one game left, a victory against Tonga would ensure progressing as top seeds. The biggest shock of the tournament so far, aside from Japan, is England being the first host nation not to progress beyond the group stages, after failing to beat 2nd place Australia, meaning the Aussies join Wales as the teams to progress out of Pool A. Don’t miss another game, watch the knockout stages of the Rugby World Cup online with Le VPN.
If you have a sports subscription allowing you to either watch the games live or watch them later via highlights then you might you won’t be able to access the sam service abroad. So if you are travelling on business or just on holiday, and you want to catch up with the Rugby, you’ll find regional restrictions prevent you from viewing them online. This is because certain sports channels and services are only licensed within a certain country. With Le VPN, you can easily switch your virtual location to that back home, enabling you to watch all the games as if you were back home.
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Sign up to Le VPN today and not only watch the knockout stages of the Rugby World Cup online, but also protect yourself online, no matter where you are. The Rugby World Cup knockout stages start on the 17th October, where the quarter finals will take place. As it stands, Wales and Australia have qualified for the knockout rounds but many groups have still yet to be decided on who makes it. The only other teams guaranteed progression are New Zealand and France.
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