LONDON, 11 Oct - The following is a look at the final pool standings and how teams will line up in the quarter-finals at Rugby World Cup 2015, after Italy beat Romania and Ireland beat France on Sunday.

Pool A

Australia have finished top in Pool A and will face Scotland in the quarter-finals at Twickenham on Sunday 18 October.

Wales have finished runners-up in Pool A and will take on South Africa in the quarter-finals at Twickenham on Saturday 17 October.

England finish third, meaning that they have qualified for Rugby World Cup 2019.

Pool B

South Africa take top place in Pool B and will face Wales in the quarter-finals at Twickenham on Saturday 17 October.

Scotland have qualified for the quarter-finals and will face Australia at Twickenham on Sunday 18 October.

Japan finish third and have qualified for RWC 2019, which they will host.

Pool C

New Zealand finish top of Pool C and will meet France in the second quarter-final in Cardiff on Saturday 17 October.

Argentina have qualified as runners-up and face Ireland in the third quarter-final in Cardiff on Sunday 18 October.

Georgia finished in third place and have qualified for RWC 2019.

Pool D

Ireland have won Pool D and will take on Argentina in the third quarter-final, at the Millennium Stadium on Sunday 18 October.

France are runners-up in Pool D and will face New Zealand in the second quarter-final, at the Millennium Stadium on Saturday 17 October

Italy finished in third place and have qualified for Rugby World Cup 2019.

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