Rugby World Cup Scotland announces members of Japan match October 11th 19:54
Scotland, who will be competing in the first round of the first league in the Rugby World Cup Japan tournament, announced the starting members, replaced 12 players from the previous game, and the best members like Scrum Half's Graig Radelow It was.
Scotland met in Yokohama in the afternoon of the 11th, and Gregor Townsend Head Coach announced the starter and 23 members who will be on the Japanese match on the 13th.
The starter changed 12 players from the third match against Russia on the 9th, Scrum Half Raidlow, the commander standoff, Finn Russell, and full-back Stuart Hogg, etc. returned to the starter, the best member Have all the faces.
The Townsend Head Coach said, “We chose the strongest players to make the best match possible. Japan is one of the best teams in the world in fast-paced rugby, strong defense and set play. It ’s great, we need that kind of fast-paced rugby. ”
Scotland practiced in Shizuoka Prefecture on the morning of the 11th, then moved to Yokohama city where the game site is located, and set it indoors on the 12th when there is concern about the effects of typhoon No. 19 on the 12th It means adjusting by checking play and meeting.
Captain "No bonus points"
Captain Scrum Half, Graig Raidrow, said, “Japan is doing a great performance in this tournament and we just need to face it. We need to not give bonus points, so we want to strengthen our defense.” I tightened it.
On top of that, the influence of the typhoon is "believe that there is a match and be prepared. If the wind is strong, it will be difficult to kick the kick, but I have many experiences and I am confident of kicking it properly" I was talking.
Also, Finn Russell, a command tower standoff that combines with Raidrow, said, “There are many dangerous players in Japan, such as Wing Kotaro Matsushima. Compared to when we played three years ago. It has grown so much that it has become a great team. ”
“I couldn't get half of the power I had in the first game against Ireland. I learned a lot from that defeat, and I felt that I was able to move forward so far. I want to choose a good play while watching the situation. "