Rugby union clubs in the Bradford district are preparing for World Cup final fever.

After crushing New Zealand in the semi-finals, England face South Africa in the final tomorrow and are aiming for revenge after losing to the Springboks in the 2007 showpiece.

The final in Japan kicks off at 9am UK time but the RFU have allowed teams to postpone fixtures to allow players and supporters to make a full day of it.

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And local clubs are going out of their way to put on food and drinks to ensure the party will be in full flow if the men in white can lift the trophy.

Bradford and Bingley are providing breakfast to people watching at the Wagon Lane club and vice-president Nick Patterson thinks England can make up for their failure four years ago.

He said: "Breakfast will be served and the bar will be open for quarter to nine.

"England blew it when hosting the event in 2015, going out in the group stage, so a win would definitely make up for that."

Baildon Rugby Union club are also putting a spread on for the match.

Chairman Phil Wilson believes the event could raise the profile of the game in this country.

He said: "We are opening at 8am, providing breakfast and the game is on our three live screens.

"If England put in the same shift as last week, we should win it."

Neil Klenk, chairman of Bradford Salem, is delighted that his club will be able to enjoy the occasion without worrying about a fixture of their own.

He said: "It will be a busy day for us. We are expecting over 100 people so we are putting on a breakfast and the bar will be open from 8.30am.

"England are the favourites but you can't take anything for granted against this strong South African team."

Wibsey chairman Steve Brook is also pleased his club's afternoon game is called off and thinks a win could make the country go rugby mad like the last time England were world champions 16 years ago.

He said: "We open at 8am. I think we will beat them with a try to spare.

"In 2003, the cup went everywhere so hopefully it will have the same effect."