RTE’s RTE Sport series has revealed how the World Rugby Championship in 2019 will be played, with a simple equation being used to predict who will win the tournament.RTE Sport’s maths shows which teams will be the favourites to take on England in their first ever Rugby World Cup, which will take place in 2019.RUNNING THE RATINGS:The maths behind the predictionsAs shown in the video below, the equation to predict which teams are favourites to win the 2019 Rugby World Championships is the following:The equation, which is used by World Rugby for all World Cup qualifying matches, has been widely used by pundits and fans to forecast who will go on to win their World Cup.

However, it has been challenged by the mathematical accuracy of the formula, with the UK’s Rugby World Council warning that the accuracy of a prediction can be compromised by the introduction of new technology.

In a letter sent to the World Council of Rugby, World Rugby Rugby said:”As the World’s largest rugby union governing body, the Rugby World Commission, you have an obligation to uphold the highest standards of science and ethics.

However, the new data published by RTE in RTE Sports is likely to be subject to some degree of revision as a result of the introduction and testing of new technologies.”

The Rugby World Championship will take to the field in Cardiff on November 12, 2019.

The Rugby Championship will be held on a single day, from November 12 to December 1.

A total of five teams will participate, with each team playing each other twice, with no extra games scheduled between the two matches.

This means that the teams will have played every other game for the first time this year, meaning that there will be only four days of action between November 12 and December 1 in the World Championship.

It is important to note that there are a total of 11 matches to be played between the teams.

However RTE has not been able to calculate the total number of games between each of the sides.

This is because RTE can only determine the number of minutes of play and the number seconds of play, as well as the length of the match.

The formula is a complicated one and has to be worked out by the players themselves.

Rugby World Council chairman Warren Gatland explained:”The maths is not as simple as it seems.”

Ruganese players know that the team that plays the first match of the Rugby Championship is the team which is going to win.

“There are other factors that are very important, such as the weather, which affects the number and length of matches.”

The World Cup is a very exciting time for the game, and it is important for all of us to recognise that it is not easy to predict the outcome of the World Championships.

“Ruga World Championship 2019 will take a dramatic turn for the worseThe World Rugby’s head of sport, Rob Simmons, said: “We are delighted to have the Rugby world champions back in our stadiums for the 2019 World Cup in Cardiff.

“It is an exciting day for rugby in Wales and we are looking forward to the game’s next phase.”