Japan vs Scotland Rugby World Cup clash goes ahead after Typhoon Hagibis

Scotlands must-win final Pool A fight against Japan will go ahead as planned in 11.45am BST on Sunday, World Rugby has confirmed.
The team game was in doubt because of the danger of Typhoon Hagibis, however adhering to acomprehensive assessment of the match venue in Yokohamas International Stadium, the orgasm to Pool A together with all the hosts will happen as planned before a sell-out 70,000 crowd.
The side of gregor Townsend will be eligible for the quarter-finals if they win the match by more or eight points.
A review has been made at 6am local time on Sunday (10pm BST on Saturday), in addition to an appraisal from officials around the state of transport links there, with an official announcement coming nearly five hours afterwards.
World Rugby had stated that minding the fixture was not a choice, even though Scotland seeking legal counsel.
Brave Blossoms head trainer Jamie Joseph criticised Scottish Rugby Unions conclusion, stating that their actions hadundermined the achievements of the Japanese national team.
Ireland secured their place at the quarter-finals using a victory in Fukuoka, that renders Scotland and Japan fighting for another qualification spot from Pool A.
Scotland are third in the category, four factors behind Japan, following victories over Samoa and Russia after their opening 27-3 defeat to Ireland.
Should Japan win – or lose by fewer than seven points and score four tries – that they face South Africa and will top Pool A. Should they claim a bonus point, they will finish second and confront New Zealand.
The last form of pool stage matches had already been disrupted, as Englands encounter with France, which was scheduled to be played with a day before at exactly the same place, as well as New Zealand and Italys meeting at the city of Toyota, were both called off due to the severe conditions.
Sundays game in Kamaishi between Namibia and Canada was cancelled, however Wales meeting with Uruguay and the clash with Tonga of the USA have been set to go ahead as scheduled.
An earthquake has been attracted by typhoon Hagibis, damage to infrastructure and buildings wind speeds of up to rain that has caused deaths and flash flood across Japan. Local reports said 90 accidents were reported from the early hours of Sunday.

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