Fiji vs Uruguay Live Stream: RWC 2019 Fiji vs Uruguay Live Stream Rugby World Cup Game Results in Bot The Fiji vs Uruguay, prediction, time, live scores, TV, result and news Samoa coach Steve Jackson has selected eight Rugby World Cup debutants for his side’s first game of the tournament 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 clash in Kumagaya, north of Tokyo.
Logovii Mulipola, Motu Matuu, captain Chris Vui, Dwayne Polataivao, and Ah See Tuala are those who come in for the Pacific islanders, who reached 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 tournament curtain raiser last Friday with flyhalf Yury Kushnarev poised to win a record-extending 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.”Fiji vs Uruguay: Rugby World Cup kick-off time and prediction
Kick off time: More lunch time delights for this fixture. Be present for kick off at 12:15 (SAST) on 24 September. All the action is live on SuperSport 1.
For the RWC, we’ll be using a prediction algorithm from a New Zealand anorak.It’s a relatively quick turnaround for Russia in the Rugby World Cup as they line up against Samoa in a Pool A encounter. It’s a game that sees Russia look to bounce back after losing on Friday while Samoa get their tournament under way.
And for Samoa, they need to ensure that they get off to a winning start if they are to give themselves a chance of sneaking through, taking advantage of Scotland’s poor show in their opener on the weekend.
As it stands, Ireland and Japan occupy first and second in Pool A while Scotland are rooted to the bottom of the log due to their negative points difference. The men from the Southern Hemisphere are heavy favourites at 1/33 while the Russians are 18/1 in the Full Time Result market.
The Winning Margin Spread is where the best opportunity to boost the betting balance appears to lie with Samoa by 26-30 and Samoa 31-35 at 11/2. There’s 6/1 on Samoa 21-25 and Samoa 36-40 at 13/2. Samoa 6-10, in the event of a closely fought fixture, is at 10/1.