SCOTLAND take on Japan as they look to progress to the Rugby World Cup quarter-final.
But a hammering by Ireland in their opening match, coupled with Japan’s shock 19-12 win over Joe Schmidt’s men has left them with a mountain to climb.
When is Japan vs Scotland?
Japan take on Scotland at 11.45am UK time – 7.45pm in Japan.
The match takes place at the 72,327-capacity Yokohama International Stadium, where the final will also be held.
What TV channel is Japan vs Scotland on and can I live stream it?
Japan vs Scotland is live on ITV1.
Coverage commences after the conclusion of Wales’ final group match against Uruguay.
To live stream the match, head to the ITV Hub or TV Player.
In Japan, Nippon TV, J Sports, NHK and DAZN all hold Rugby World Cup broadcasting rights.
Can I watch Japan vs Scotland for free?
ITV1, the ITV Hub and TV Player are all FREE for UK viewers.
But to watch on any of these options you must have a TV licence.
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