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Match: Japan vs Russia
Competition: Rugby World Cup 2019
Date: September 20, 2019
Kick-off time: 11:45 am (UK time)
Stadium: Tokyo Stadium
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Japan vs Russia live streaming: TV listings
Japan vs Russia live streaming can be seen on the following sources:
Australia: Channel 10
New Zealand: TVNZ
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Japan vs Russia: Match preview
Host nation Japan kick off the 2019 RWC against Russia in Tokyo on Friday.
Japan, also known as the Brave Blossoms, are looking to create history this year – just like they did in 2015.
Famously, Japan beat the Springboks in England in one of the greatest ever RWC shocks.
Japan are coached by Jamie Joseph.
Their star players include skipper and New Zealand-born flanker Michael Leitch and 26-year-old South African-born winger Kotaro Matsushima.
The host nation will be hoping to beat Russia, who are one of the weaker nations in their group.
Russia will be lead by Yuri Artemyev, who is the highest capped and the highest scorer in his nation’s history.
William Tupou, Kotaro Matsushima, Timothy Lafaele, Ryoto Nakamura, Lomano Lava Lemeki, Yu Tamura, Yutaka Nagare; Kazuki Himeno, Pieter Labuschagne, Michael Leitch (c), James Moore, Wimpie van der Walt, Asaeli Ai Valu, Shota Horie, Keita Inagaki. Reserves: Atsushi Sakate, Isileli Nakajima, Jiwon Koo, Luke Thompson, Hendrik Tui, Fumiaki Tanaka, Rikiya Matsuda, Ryohei Yamanaka.
Vasily Artemyev (c), German Davydov, Vladimir Ostroushko, Dmitry Gerasimov, Kirill Golosnitskiy, Yury Kushnarev, Vasily Dorofeev, Nikita Vavilin, Tagir Gadzhiev, Vitaly Zhivatov, Bogdan Fedotko, Andrey Ostrikov, Kirill Gotovtsev, Stanislav Selskii, Valery Morozov. Reserves: Evgeny Matveev, Andrei Polivalov, Azamat Bitiev, Andrey Garbuzov, Anton Sychev, Dmitry Perov, Ramil Gaisin, Vladislav Sozonov.
101 Great Goals predicts: Japan to beat Russia
Japan on Instagram pre Russia match
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Rugby World Cup: Pools
The complete list of the pools at the 2019 Rugby World Cup are below.
Pool A: Ireland, Scotland, Japan, Samoa, Russia
Pool B: New Zealand, South Africa, Italy, Namibia, Canada
Pool C: England, France, Argentina, USA, Tonga
Pool D: Australia, Wales, Georgia, Fiji, Uruguay