Rugby World Cup Samoa announces Japan starter members October 3rd 19:11
At the Rugby World Cup Japan Tournament, Samoa, who Japan will face in the 3rd round of the 1st league on the 5th, announced the members that will face the game, and the commander Toshi Pissi who has played in the top league of Japan will be out of the starting It was.
Samoa will play against Japan in Round 3 at the Toyota Stadium in Toyota City, Aichi Prefecture, with 1 win and 1 loss so far.
On the 3rd, we had a meeting at a hotel in Nagoya and announced 23 members who are going to Japan.
From the 30th match against Scotland last month, six players were replaced, and a command tower with experience playing in the top leagues of Japan, Standoff Tusi Pissi, turned around.
On the other hand, Ed Fidow, who was sent off after receiving two warnings in the game against Scotland, found that the second warning did not hit the offense as a result of an investigation by the "World Rugby" disciplinary committee. Participation in the war was allowed and it was decided to start.
Samoa's Steve Jackson Head Coach said, “Since we were tired of the second round against Scotland, we decided to rest a few. This time, Commander Tushi Pisi is a very experienced player, “We can play a big role even from the bench,” he said.
On top of that, he said, “Japan is a world-class team. We have to respond to a very fast attack and want to be a member with that energy.”