Japan vs Scotland Live : Will this be the match of the 2019 Rugby World Cup? Both teams will fancy their chances in what looks likely to be a winner-takes-all battle for qualification into the quarter-finals. It looks set to be an enthralling match, and you can watch all the action live and in full in no matter where you are in the world, by following our Japan vs Scotland live stream guide below.
Japan go into the game with a 100% record and their fate in their own hands, while Scotland have to win to seal a place in the knockout phase.
The Scots will likely argue that they go into today’s game with less pressure on their shoulders than their opponents today who have the weight of being host nation resting on them.
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They’ll also be buoyed with their recent free-scoring displays which has seen them score an impressive 95 points in their last two matches. Furthermore, Head coach Gregor Townsend has the luxury of an almost full-strength squad at his disposal, with only Duncan Taylor an injury doubt going into today’s game.
You sense Japan will need to match the level of performance they gave against Ireland to see off the improving Scots. Can they pull off another shock and make it out of the pool stage for the first time in their history?