Rugby World Cup Scotland Final adjustment to Russia against Oct. 8 at 16:07
Scotland, where Japan will play in the final round of the first league in the Rugby World Cup Japan Tournament, has finally made adjustments at the match venue for the match against Russia on the 9th.
Scotland will face the third round against Russia, which has already been defeated, on the 9th before the match against Japan in the final match of the first league on the 13th of this month.
On the 8th, the final adjustment was made at the Ecopa Stadium in Fukuroi City, Shizuoka Prefecture, where the game was held, and the first 15 minutes were released to the press.
Players practiced divided into bucks and forwards, and the players in Bucks were doing passes in a relaxed manner.
The game against Russia on the 9th is a tough schedule for 3 days until the next game against Japan.
Among them, Adam Hastings, who started first at the command tower stand-off, is the son of former representative Gavin Hastings, who is praised as a hero in Scotland. Has attracted attention.
After practice, John Barclay, who is the game captain, interviewed, “Russia has a lot of kicks and strong physical strength. I wanted to win. "
If Scotland is below the draw in the match on the 9th, the first final tournament in Japan will be decided.