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Japan v Scotland: Team news, stats & preview

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Scotland go into their final World Cup pool game while bonus points can get involved, needing a win over Japan to reach the quarter finals.
The aspect of gregor Townsend has to take four more points than the host country to advance.
The game is still under threat from the powerful winds and heavy rain
With both sides given 2 points, Scotland would be eliminated, in the event of cancelation.
A decision on whether the match goes is anticipated around midnight Saturday.
Their position has been secured by group rivals Ireland in the last eight win over Samoa.
Captain Stuart McInally has been fallen by scotland, with Fraser Brown beginning at hooker and scrum-half Greig Laidlaw directing the side.
Together with Sean Maitland wings Darcy Graham along with Tommy Seymour will be the sole lands out of Wednesdays 61-0 win over Russia.
Japan have gone up as they chase a place in the last eight.
Michael Leitch returns as captain, while winger Kenki Fukuoka, second-row Luke Thompson, hooker Shota Horie and William Tupou are also included.
Fly-half Yu Tamura is the tournament top scorer going into the weekend with 40 points.
Japan head coach Jamie Joseph:My team is motivated by accomplishing something that is good – not preventing an embarrassment. We want to earn the right to be thought of as one of the elite teams in the world. Its important for all of us to wake up Monday morning and comprehend that [either] we are a worthy top eight staff or we arent quite good enough
Scotland head coach Gregor Townsend:This is the sport a lot of people are awaiting. Weve talking about it among the rare occasions where we get to play in a straight shoot-out for the quarter-finals. It is a game you dream to get involved in.
Japan: Tupou; Matsushima; Lafaele, Nakamura; Fukuoka; Tamura; Nagare; Inagaki, Horie, Koo; Thompson, Moore Labuschagne, Himeno.
Replacements: Sakate, Nakajima Valu Tui Matsuda, Yamanaka
Scotland: Hogg Harris, Johnson, Graham, Russell, Laidlaw; Dell Nel Gray Ritchie, Thomson.
Replacements: McInally, Reid Cummings, Wilson Horne Kinghorn.
Scotland must beat against Cyprus in Nicosia or two head coach Steve Clarke will face questions regarding a lack of advancement, suggests Alasdair Lamont.
Will Greig Laidlaw has already come and gone thanks to Typhoon Hagibis or create his final global appearance on Sunday against Japan? Tom English speaks into the Scotland captain.
Andy Burke and Tom English are in Yokohama. They analyse a week, Gregor Townsends decision to drop captain Stuart McInally, and find a pair of Chris Patersons World Cup memories.
World Rugby has shownwoeful intransigence as a typhoon threatens to ditch Scotland out of the Rugby World Cup in themost farcical circumstance possible, writes Tom English.
Michael Stewart and pundits Steven Thompson – and Scotland striker Steven Naismith – chew on the trouncing at Russia of the team.
The Scotland of steve Clarke have conceded goals. However, what are the problems and how can they address these? BBC Scotland asked three internationals.
Arsenal and Scotland international left-back Emma Mitchell opens up on emotional wellbeing in a meeting with BBC Sport.
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