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48 Action Packed Matches To Look Forward To

Rugby fans around the world will be glued to their TV screens for three weeks of action packed rugby Tens action which includes 48 matches.

The World Tens Series announced the match schedule and live programming for the World Tens Series in Bermuda which takes place from the 24 October until 07 November 2020.

Eight international privately-owned teams will compete in a round robin format which will be followed by quarterfinals, semifinals and the final.

Sky Sports will bring all the sights and sounds and rugby action from Bermuda to audiences around the UK and more broadcast partners for regions around the world will be announced.

All matches will take place at the Bermuda National Stadium and the action gets underway on the 24 October with the first game set to take place at 10:00 AM local time in Bermuda. (EDT 09-09:30) (BST: 14:00-14:30)

12 Matches headline day one of the World Tens Series with matches taking place until 17:30 local time. (16:30 EDT) (21:30 BST)

Day two, Sunday 25 October sees the action continue with nine matches from 11:00 AM local time (14:00 BST) until 17:30 local time. (20:30 BST)

Teams will have the week to recover between the three rounds of matches and round two kicks off on Saturday 31 October with 12 matches throughout the day.

The round robin stage draws to a close with Nine matches played on Sunday 01 November.

Knockout rugby set to entertain fans

The final round of action on 07 November sees six knockout matches which includes quarterfinals, semifinals and the final which takes place at 16:00 local time and 20;00 GMT.

If matches end in a draw, a winner will be decided by the new matchplay shootout rules.

Rolling Subs will ensure that every team competes to the best of their ability with some teams set to play four matches in one day.

Teams that will take part in the World Tens Series in Bermuda from 24 October until 07 November 2020: Miami Sun, Ohio Aviators, SX10 (Cape Town, South Africa), Rhinos Rugby, The London Royals, Phoenix Rugby (Middle East), Asia Pacific Dragons (Singapore)