Rugby World Cup tickets: Argentina v Australia most searched for match

Argentina's Rugby World Cup semi-final clash with Australia is the most searched for match of the tournament on Viagogo

The Sport Review staff
By The Sport Review staff

Argentina’s Rugby World Cup semi-final clash with Australia is the most searched for match of the tournament on Viagogo as rugby fans hope for a shock underdog victory.

After the disappointment of last week’s home nations defeat, rugby fans are focusing on Sunday’s showdown between Australia and Argentina, in the hope of witnessing a last-minute upset.

With no home team left to support and no passionate national allegiance for either Australia or Argentina, it’s now just about the rugby for many supporters.

In the week since the defeat of the remaining home nations in the quarter-finals, prices have plummeted across all categories.

With hundreds of category A, B and C tickets available for less than face value, fans are now snapping up tickets for much less than they would pay at the box office.

Rugby fans can buy or sell tickets for Rugby World Cup 2015 on viagogo.

Rugby World Cup: Current semi-final ticket prices

South Africa v New Zealand
Category A: £300 (£515)
Category B: £252 (£315)
Category C: £329 (£215)
Category D: £274 (£125)

Argentina vs Australia
Category A: £249 (£515)
Category B: £143 (£315)
Category C: £145 (£215)
Category D: £119 (£125)

Data from Viagogo. Face value in brackets.

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