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This September, the world’s top 20 Rugby nations will gather in England, The RWC 2015 tournament will be hosted by England from 18 September to 31 October. Twickenham Stadium in London will host the final.
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By the time they kick-off 19:00 GMT at Kingsholm Stadium, Japan will know if they still have a chance of qualifying for the quarterfinals. A loss for Scotland against Samoa will mean Japan will just need to beat the Eagles to make history.
Even if this does not happen it will still be a memorable World Cup for the Japanese, in fact it is already their best-ever showing in the global tournament.
“Regardless of whether we get to the quarterfinals it’s been an amazing experience for the 31 of us,” said japan lock Justin Ives, who is pencilled in to start against USA in Gloucester, where Japan lost to Scotland on a four-day turnaround on September 23. “It’s just been plain unbelievable.
“If we do get that third win and move on to the quarters, I think it would move mountains in Japan. You have 25 million people in Japan watching a game of footie which is unheard of. You’ll never see that. It’s surreal what we’ve done already and hopefully there’s still more to come on Sunday.”
The Eagles on the other hand are still searching for their first win in the 2015 World Cup.
They are coming off a 0-64 thrashing at the hands of two-time champions South Africa and only had a three-day turnaround to prepare for the Japan fixture on Sunday.
Despite that defeat to the Springboks, the Eagles have shown signs of improvement in their overall game in this World Cup and they will be looking to pull off a an upset in Gloucester.
“This is a team that continues to grow and reach milestones,” USA head coach Mike Tolkin said. “We were leading Scotland at half-time with no tries – an Eagle first versus a Tier One team. It is a team that has a great deal of emerging talent, and they will start to come into their own very soon.
• The two sides met earlier this year in the Pacific Nations Cup, with USA beating Japan 23 – 18
• USA have met Japan 21 times, with the Brave Blossoms emerging victorious just eight times
• USA’s 39 – 26 victory over Japan in the 2003 World Cup was their biggest winning margin in the competitions history Weather
Clouds will hang over Gloucester during the morning but by kick off they’ll have disappeared and the Kingsholm will be treated to clear skies and sunshine, roughly in the region of 15 degrees Celsius.
Head to Head :
2015 PNC – Sacramento USA 23-18 Japan
2014 PNC – Carson USA 29-37 Japan
2013 PNC – Tokyo Japan 38-20 USA
2011 INT – Tokyo Japan 20-14 USA
Clouds will hang over Gloucester during the morning, but they’ll disappear by kick-off and Kingsholm will be treated to clear skies and sunshine and 15 Celsius.
The Eagles won’t be lacking motivation as they’ll be desperate not to finish pointless and rock bottom of the pool, but Eddie Jones’ side have been impressive so far and they’ve displayed enough in this tournament to show they’re capable of turning their previous loss to the Eagles on its head. Japan by 10 points.
USA : 15 Chris Wyles (c), 14 Takudzwa Ngwenya, 13 Seamus Kelly, 12 Thretton Palamo, 11 Zach Test, 10 AJ MacGinty, 9 Mike Petri, 8 Samu Manoa, 7 Andrew Durutalo, 6 Al McFarland, 5 Greg Peterson, 4 Hayden Smith, 3 Titi Lamositele, 2 Zach Fenoglio, 1 Eric Fry.
Replacements: 16 Phil Thiel, 17 Oli Kilifi, 18 Chris Baumann, 19 Cam Dolan, 20 John Quill, 21 Danny Barrett, 22 Niku Kruger, 23 Folau Niua.
Japan : 15 Ayumu Goromaru, 14 Yoshikazu Fujita, 13 Harumichi Tatekawa, 12 Craig Wing, 11 Kotaro Matsushima, 10 Kosei Ono, 9 Fumiaki Tanaka, 8 Ryu Koliniasi Holani, 7 Michael Broadhurst, 6 Michael Leitch (c), 5 Justin Ives, 4 Luke Thompson, 3 Hiroshi Yamashita, 2 Shota Horie, 1 Keita Inagaki.
Replacements: 16 Takeshi Kizu, 17 Masataka Mikami, 18 Kensuke Hatakeyama, 19 Shinya Makabe, 20 Amanaki Lelei Mafi, 21 Hendrik Tui, 22 Atsushi Hiwasa, 23 Karne Hesketh.