AS ENGLAND continue to progress in the Rugby World Cup, rugby fans will be tuning in on Saturday at 9am to watch the semi-final between England and New Zealand unfold.

If your sofa seems to be wearing a bit thin, or you want a change of scenery, here are some alternative locations.

The Goat and Triangle, West Hill Road, Bournemouth

The Goat and Triangle is opening bright and early on Saturday to serve all rugby fans a 'champions breakfast' as they watch the semi-final. This includes a full English breakfast and scrambled eggs on toast, amongst lots more. Breakfast will be served from open until midday.

O'Neill's, Christchurch Road, Bournemouth

From 9am O'Neill's are offering breakfast and a showing of the rugby semi-final on their HD screen. With a substantial breakfast menu which includes many vegetarian options, everyone is catered for. Pre-booking is recommended to ensure maximum enjoyment and the best seats in the house. Book online on their website: oneills.co.uk

Jolly Sailor, The Quay, Poole

The Jolly Sailor will have a wide selection of food and drinks available for everyone to devour whilst watching the match. Expect a selection of breakfast classics to accompany the semi-final, as well as a variety of offers which can be taken advantage of on the day.

The Larderhouse, Southbourne Grove, Bournemouth

For a more refined rugby-watching experience, the artisan restaurant The Larderhouse is showing the semi-final on their big, outdoor TV screen from 9-11.30am. Arrive on the dot to bag a space in their heated and covered courtyard garden. The limited-edition brunch menu which includes a Larderhouse Breakfast Pizza and Ketel Bloody Mary will be available throughout the morning.

The Oak Inn, Martin's Hill Lane, Christchurch

The Oak Inn will be open from 8.30am on Saturday. Breakfast and sandwiches will accompany the semi-final, with the option of a full English for £5.50. Tea and coffee will also be available, as well as a pint if your constitution allows.