New Zealand will try to extend its 100% Rugby World Cup start when it faces Namibia in Tokyo.
All blacks have already defeated South Africa and demolished Canada 63-0 last time.
Namibia are not expected to cause too much trouble in New Zealand and coach Steve Hansen could make changes to his XV with one eye on Italy next weekend.
Namibia have lost two opening matches – in Italy and South Africa – scoring just 25 points in both matches.
The clash is set for an early morning in the UK and preceded by France – Tonga later in the day.
RadioTimes.com has rounded up everything you need to know about how to watch New Zealand vs Namibia's game on TV and online.
What time is New Zealand – Namibia?
Kick starts New Zealand – Namibia 5:45 on Sunday, October 6, 2019.
Where is New Zealand v Namibia?
The match will take place at Tokyo Stadium, Tokyo. Capacity: 49,970
How to watch and live stream New Zealand vs. Namibia
Fans can join in to watch the game for free on ITV from 5:15 p.m.
You can also stream the match live via the ITV Hub on a number of devices, including laptops, smartphones and tablets.
How to see World Cup highlights in rugby
ITV gives a full overview of every game in the Rugby World Cup on any given day of action.
Most major shows will be held around 7:30 pm, although occasional days may vary.
For the exact timelines, check out our TVT listings page on RadioTimes.com.
Pool B – Rugby World Cup matches
New Zealand vs. Namibia
Sunday of October 6
South Africa vs. Canada
Tuesday 8 October
New Zealand v Italy
Saturday 12 October
Namibia against Canada
Sunday 13 October