Rwc 2019, Weather

Rwc 2019, Weather

Rugby World Cup 2019: Typhoon could threaten Scotland vs Japan clash | IOL News

World Rugby officials are keeping an eye on Typhoon Hagibis as it develops south of Japan over the next few days.

8.10.2019

World Rugby officials may be keeping an eye on Typhoon Hagibis as it develops south of Japan over the next few days but Scotland prop Gordon Reid appeared to not be bothered at all of being pelted by torrential rain at the weekend. RWC2019

World Rugby officials are keeping an eye on Typhoon Hagibis as it develops south of Japan over the next few days.

Officials said the typhoon was being tracked by the Japan Meteorological Agency and they projected that it could bring high winds and heavy rain to southern Japan on Saturday and Sunday, the final two days of pool play in the tournament.

Scotland are scheduled to face Japan in the final match of pool play at Yokohama on October 13 and depending on the result of their Pool A clash against Russia in Shizuoka on Wednesday, it could determine the final composition of the quarter-finals.

Reid, however, was not all concerned about the possibility of the typhoon striking at a time when they would need a bonus-point victory against Japan to advance to the quarter-finals.

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