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Russia and Samoa are both hoping to get their first successes of the Rugby World Cup 2019 when they meet at the Kumagaya Rugby Stadium.

Russia were defeated by hosts Japan in the opening game of the 2019 Rugby World Cup with their quest for a lady RWC win still in progress with this game against Samoa in all likelihood their most obvious opportunity in the current year’s competition.

The Russians were competitive in their first game with Japan with wellness resembling an issue yet notwithstanding those issues, they have decided to name an unchanged side with the expectation that they will come on from that opening match.

An amazing Samoa side might have the option to gain by that with their forwards liable to think that its increasingly troublesome against huge opposition and a great deal of pressure will fall on the shoulders of flanker Tagir Gadzhiev to lead from the front.

Samoa will get their RWC campaign in progress with a game against Russia and their defence will be key as they hope to begin with a success against a Russia side that are probably going to throw plenty at them after their opening day defeat.

The Samoans will expectation captain Chirs Vui can establish the pace for a solid appearing in their first game of the competition as their physical nature will present a lot of issues for the Russians.

Melani Matavao is additionally set to be a key man for the Samoans at scrum-half when he is presented from the bench and he will be entrusted with getting the quick ball out of the ruck to give any semblance of Tim Nanai-Williams.

Having lost their opening game against the competition hosts Japan in last Friday’s curtain-raiser, Russia will like to find the correct presentation to spring an irritated – or face certain pool-stage elimination.

Be that as it may, it can’t be disregarded that Samoa go into the match as overpowering top choices, and having not played in the opening round of fixtures, they likewise have the additional advantage of coming in fresh.

Captained by Bristol’s Chris Vui and with familiar names, for example, Logovi’I Mulipola, Tusi Pisi, and Tim Nanai-Williams all in the starting line-up, Samoa ought to have enough in the tank to make a triumphant beginning to the battle.

Be that as it may, they should be careful about a Russian side which demonstrates no progressions from the 30-10 defeat against the Brave Blossoms, in which they made Japan battle for the breakthrough.

Russia got off to a disappointing beginning to their Rugby World Cup campaign after being cleared aside by Japan in the opening game.

Kotaro Matsushima scored a hat-trick of attempts to power the competition hosts to a 30-10 triumph.

The Russians need a major outcome against Samoa – who are yet to commence their experience in the Far East.

Chris Vui will captain the side because of the nonappearance of harmed Jack Lam, while eight players will make their World Cup debut against Russia.

Samoa coach Steve Jackson has selected eight Rugby World Cup debutants for his side’s first game of the competition against Russia on Tuesday.

The New Zealander on Sunday called up 10 of the starting line-up from their final warm-up game, a 34-15 defeat by Australia, for the Pool A conflict in Kumagaya, north of Tokyo.

Logovii Mulipola, Motu Matuu, captain Chris Vui, Dwayne Polataivao, and Ah See Tuala are the individuals who come in for the Pacific islanders, who arrived at the World Cup quarter-finals in 1991 and 1995.

“The players that have been selected deserve their selection,,” said Jackson.

“Some players really put their hands up and that was what it was all about really. We want to keep consistency within the group and especially the starting fifteen and I think we’ve done that.”

Russia’s coach Lyn Jones has named an unchanged side to the one beaten 30-10 by hosts Japan in the competition curtain-raiser last Friday with flyhalf Yury Kushnarev ready to win a record-broadening 111th cap.

“Everybody deserves an opportunity against Samoa,” said the Welshman, hoping to lead Russia to a first World Cup victory in their second appearance in the tournament.

“Samoa will be different in attack and defence than Japan. They are a very dangerous team. We will have to be at our best to get a positive result.”

Tuesday 24th September, 2019
11:15 (BST)/19:15 (JSP)
Kumagaya Rugby Stadium, Kumagaya City

How to watch and live stream Russia vs Samoa

Fans can check out watch the game for free on ITV4 from 10:45 am (BST).

You can likewise live to stream the match through ITV Hub on a range of gadgets including laptops, cell phones, and tablets.

How to watch Rugby World Cup features

ITV are indicating full features of each Rugby World Cup fixture on the evening of every day of activity.

Most features shows will happen around 7:30 pm, however, occasional days may vary.

This match on Tuesday 24 September kicks off at 11.15 am UK and Ireland time. It is live on ITV4 (UK) and eir Sport (Ireland), or you can tune in to radio commentary on BBC Radio 5 Live Extra.

More noon delights for this fixture. Be available for kick-off at 12:15 (SAST) on 24 September. All the activity is live on SuperSport 1.

Russia vs Samoa Team Squads

Russia: 15. Vasily Artemyev (c), 14. German Davydov, 13. Vladimir Ostroushko, 12. Dmitry Gerasimov, 11. Kirill Golosnitskiy, 10. Yury Kushnarev, 9. Vasily Dorofeev; 8. Nikita Vavilin, 7. Tagir Gadzhiev, 6. Vitaly Zhivatov, 5. Bogdan Fedotko, 4. Andrey Ostrikov, 3. Kirill Gotovtsev, 2. Stanislav Selskii, 1. Valery Morozov.

Reserves: 16. Evgeny Matveev, 17. Andrei Polivalov, 18. Azamat Bitiev, 19. Andrey Garbuzov, 20. Anton Sychev, 21. Dmitry Perov, 22. Ramil Gaisin, 23. Vladislav Sozonov.

Samoa: 15. Tim Nanai-Williams, 14. Ah See Tuala, 13. Alapati Leiua, 12. Rey Lee-Lo, 11. Ed Fidow, 10. Tusi Pisi, 9. Dwayne Polataivao; 8. Afaesetiti Amosa, 7. TJ Ioane, 6. Chris Vui (c), 5. Kane Le’aupepe, 4. Teofilo Paulo, 3. Michael Alaalatoa, 2. Motu Matu’u, 1. Logovii Mulipola.

Reserves: 16. Ray Niuia, 17. Paul Alo-Emile, 18. Jordan Lay, 19. Senio Toleafoa, 20. Josh Tyrell, 21. Melani Matavao, 22. AJ Alatimu, 23. Henry Taefu.


Russia appeared in the opening match of the campaign that they have enough about them to score, however, Samoa will demonstrate unreasonably solid for the World Cup minnows to deal with and they should pull away as the challenge wears on.

Russia have now failed to win any of their five Rugby World Cup matches and face another intense test in their second game of the current year’s competition. Subsequent to going down to Japan, they face a Samoan side playing in their first game who can get their campaign off to a solid beginning. They are probably going to miss out on a place in the quarter-finals yet will have the third spot in their sights and should win this in the event that they are to accomplish that goal.


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