Keep yourself updated with the latest Rugby World Cup 2023 scenarios right here! We provide real-time updates on the current Points Table and team rankings, ensuring you’re never out of the loop on the state of play.
The Rugby World Cup standings aren’t just numbers on a page – they tell a story. They provide a snapshot of which teams are set to progress to the thrilling knockout stages, who is topping their respective groups, and who has sadly had their dreams of glory extinguished.
Stay tuned to this space for the latest 2023 Rugby World Cup standings. We’ll update the points table regularly as the tournament proceeds, so you can keep track of your favorite teams as they vie for the ultimate prize in Rugby.
2023 Rugby World Cup Standings (Point Table)
Here is the latest point table below:
- Pld: Number of games played
- W: Number of games won
- D: Number of games drawn
- L: Number of games lost
- TF: Number of tries scored (tries for)
- PF: Total number of points scored by the team (points for)
- PA: Total number of points scored against the team (points against)
- +/-: Points difference, PF−PA
- BP: Bonus pool points
- Pts: Total number of pool points
Who are the Favorites for the Rugby World Cup 2023
The Rugby World Cup 2023 favorites are the New Zealand and South African teams.
The New Zealand team, known as the All Blacks, are the current reigning champions. They are consistently a favourite in the tournament due to their reputation for high-tempo and high-scoring games. The All Blacks will be aiming to secure their third consecutive Rugby World Cup title in 2023, which would add to their impressive track record in the sport.
South Africa, also known as the Springboks, is another strong contender for the Rugby World Cup 2023. Having been the finalists in the 2019 tournament, they are expected to face a fierce challenge. The Springboks are renowned for their physicality on the field and ability to dominate the set piece. Their ambition for the 2023 World Cup is to lift the Webb Ellis Cup, the trophy awarded to the winners of the Rugby World Cup.
Which teams Could Surprise us?
Several teams might not be top-rated, but they could cause a stir in the Rugby World Cup 2023. These teams are Wales, Australia, Scotland, Argentina, and Japan.
These teams might not be as highly ranked in the standings at the tournament’s outset, but each has the potential to create an upset. Their performances could turn the tide of the tournament, and they can challenge the favourites, New Zealand and South Africa. These dark horse teams will certainly be ones to watch as the tournament unfolds.