The squads have been selected, the warm up games are done, and the teams are on their way to Japan.
With less than two weeks remaining until the start of the 2019 Rugby World Cup, Brian Moore is joined in studio by former Scotland and Lions flyhalf Craig Chalmers for an in depth look at the Home Nations heading into the competition.
England wrapped up their warm up matches with a comfortable win over Italy at St James Park, former winger Mark Cueto joins the show to give his verdict on Eddie Jones side heading into their opening weekend game with Tonga.
Ireland have managed to go from a humiliation at Twickenham two weeks ago to now being ranked the World's number one side heading into the World Cup. Former Ulster centre Darren Cave says optimism has been restored after an up and down year for Joe Schmidt.
As for Wales, they go into the World Cup having lost three out of four warm up games, Bath centre Jamie Roberts tells us it's not time to panic.
Scotland's win over Georgia made it three wins in four for Gregor Townsend's side pre tournament, former captain Alastair Kellock gives us his verdict on their 31 man squad and talks us through his career and transition from pitch to boardroom.