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September 19, 2019 0 By Junaid Khandikar

Local time kick off 19:15 Kumagaya Rugby Stadium, Saitama Prefecture, Kumagaya City
Your Time – 16:15, Tue 24 Sep 2019
WED SEP 25 2019
Rugby World Cup 2019, Pool A, Match 9


Nearby time commencement 19:15 Kumagaya Rugby Stadium, Saitama Prefecture, Kumagaya City

Your Time – 16:15, Tue 24 Sep 2019

Marry SEP 25 2019

Rugby World Cup 2019, Pool A, Match 9

TOKYO, 18 Sep – Analysis of Japan, in Pool A with Ireland, Scotland, Samoa and Russia. They play Russia in the opening round of Rugby World Cup 2019 in Tokyo on Friday.


Japan play at an uncommon power which has reliably been a lot for Tier 2 adversaries in the course of recent years.

Indeed, even in thrashings by Tier 1 groups, Japan have been noteworthy. In 2018 they lost by 20 points against England and by three against Italy, seven days subsequent to beating the Italians in Oita.

To advance, they must be successful against individual Tier 2 sides Russia and Samoa and pick off one of either Scotland or Ireland. To ensure that they don’t wind up in a similar pickle as four years prior – three successes, yet no quarter-last spot – they should beat both Ireland and Scotland.


Japan play rapidly. They once in a while get impeded in rucking, wanting to pass and kick the ball down the field. This implies they have the most elevated ball-in-play time for any group in Tier 2. That depletes the less fit Tier 2 sides and this year they have won the second parts of matches by a combined 46 to 40, and 19 of those were surrendered against South Africa.

In Michael Leitch and Shota Horie, they have two advances who can play like backs, adding to their free-streaming game. Pay special mind to Horie setting up camp on the wing and utilizing his capacity and speed to frighten resistance backs.


At the point when Japan beat South Africa in Brighton in 2015 their scrum was a steady stage equipped for conveying brisk, assaulting ball. The 95 percent achievement rate for 2018 is incredible, however splits have begun to show up this year against both Fiji and Tonga. Their scrum should be workable in a pool which highlights Samoa (best scrummaging group), Ireland (fifth best), and Russia (seventh best).

For counter-assaulting groups like Japan, each powerless kick is a take a stab at scoring opportunity. At the point when groups kick well, as South Africa did for the current year, that wellspring of attempts evaporates. In 2018, 36 percent of Japan’s attempts originated from either a turnover or a kick. Kick well and bolster your sprinters and you expel an integral explanation behind Japan’s prosperity.

Japan score a similar number of attempts against Tier 1 resistance as they do against Tier 2 restriction. The thing that matters is that they yield around five fold the number of attempts against the best on the planet.

Express this to dazzle your companions:

“I’m hoping to see Japan drop more players into the backfield to discredit kicks right off the bat in the stage tally. Obviously, by doing that they hazard yielding line breaks with less safeguards in the cautious line to stop the ball transporters.”