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Japan v Scotland: Team news, stats & preview

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Scotland go in their final World Cup pool match needing a win over Japan to get to the quarter finals, while bonus points can become involved.
Gregor Townsends aspect must take more points than the host country.
The match is currently from the powerful winds and heavy rain
In case of cancelation, Scotland will be eliminated, with both sides awarded two points.
A decision on whether the game goes ahead is anticipated around midnight Saturday.
Group rivals Ireland have secured their position in the past eight win over Samoa.
Captain Stuart McInally has fell, together with Fraser Brown starting at scrum-half and hooker Greig Laidlaw leading the side.
Together with Sean Maitland wings Darcy Graham and Tommy Seymour will be the sole survivors out of Wednesdays 61-0 win over Russia.
Japan have gone for a seasoned line up as they chase a place in the last eight.
Michael Leitch returns as captain, although hooker Shota Horie, second-row Luke Thompson, winger Kenki Fukuoka and full-back William Tupou are all included.
Fly-half Yu Tamura is the championship leading scorer going into the weekend with 40 things.
Japan head coach Jamie Joseph:My team is motivated by accomplishing something thats good – not avoiding an embarrassment. All of us wish to earn the right to be thought of as one of the elite teams. It is important for us to wake up Monday morning and comprehend that [either] were a worthy high eight staff or we are not quite good enough.
Scotland head coach Gregor Townsend:This is the sport a lot of individuals are looking forward to. We have speaking about it among the rare events where we get to perform in a direct shoot-out for the quarter-finals. It is a game that you wish to be involved in.
Japan: Tupou; Matsushima; Nakamura, Lafaele; Fukuoka; Tamura; Nagare; Inagaki Koo; Thompson, Moore; Leitch, Labuschagne, Himeno.
Replacements: Sakate, Nakajima Valu Tui, Tanaka, Matsuda, Yamanaka
Scotland: Hogg; Seymour, Harris Graham, Russell, Laidlaw; Dell Nel Gray, Bradbury, Ritchie, Thomson.
Replacements: McInally, Reid, Fagerson, Cummings, Wilson Horne Kinghorn.
Scotland must beat against Cyprus in Nicosia or two head coach Steve Clarke will confront significant concerns regarding a lack of advancement, suggests Alasdair Lamont.
Can Greig Laidlaw has come and gone thanks to Typhoon Hagibis or make his final appearance against Japan? Tom English speaks to the Scotland captain.
Tom English and andy Burke have been in Yokohama. They analyse a week, Gregor Townsends choice to fall ruler Stuart McInally, also find a number of the World Cup memories of Chris Paterson.
World Rugby has shownwoeful intransigence as a typhoon threatens to dump Scotland from the Rugby World Cup at themost farcical circumstance imaginable, writes Tom English.
Pundits Steven Thompson and Michael Stewart – along with Scotland striker Steven Naismith – chew on the trouncing in Russia of the national team.
The Scotland of steve Clarke have conceded goals at an alarming speed in his five games in charge. However, what are the issues and how can he address them? BBC Scotland asked three internationals.
Arsenal and Scotland international left-back Emma Mitchell opens up on mental wellbeing in a meeting with BBC Sport.
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