Fiji and Uruguay will compete in a Pool D encounter at the Rugby World Cup in what will prove a special occasion at the Kamaishi Recovery Memorial Stadium.
Kamaishi was decimated by the Great East Japan Earthquake in 2011, with more than 1,000 people killed by the ensuing tsunami that struck the area.
A decision was taken to build the Kamaishi Recovery Memorial Stadium on the site of schools that were destroyed by the tsunami, and with this being one of two matches to take place there, it will be a moment to savour for the local community.
The Rugby World Cup continues on Wednesday, with Fiji vs Uruguay the only match taking place.
After threatening to upset Australia in their opening encounter, Fiji will go into the clash as favourites for victory to get their campaign up and running, having seen a second-half flurry of tries by the Wallabies preventing them from taking a bonus point out of their Sapporo clash.
Uruguay meanwhile will be playing their first match in Japan having had a bye in round one, though they face an uphill task as the weakest side in the pool.
Here’s everything you need to know about the match.
When is it?
Fiji vs Uruguay takes place on Wednesday 25 September at the Kamaishi Recovery Memorial Stadium.
What time does it start?
The match kicks off at 2:15pm Japan Standard Time, which is 6:15am BST.
Where can I watch it?
The match will be shown live on ITV 4 and the ITV Hub from 5:45am.
Fiji: Veitokani; Nakosi, Radradra, Vatubua, Goneva; J Matavesi, Seniloli; Mawi, Dolokoto, Saulo; Ratuva, Ratuniyarawa; Waqaniburotu, Voka, Nakarawa.
Replacements: Vugakoto, Ma’afu, Atalifo, Cavubati, S Matavesi, Matawalu, Volavola, Botia.
Uruguay: Mieres; Freitas, Cat, Vilaseca, Silva; Berchesi, Arata; Sanguinetti, Kessler, Arbelo; Dotti, Leindekar; Gaminara, Civetta, Diana.
Replacements: Pujadas, Gattas, Rombys, Lamanna, Juan Diego Ormaechea, Agustin Ormaechea, Etcheverry, Inciarte.
Fiji to win: 1/33
Uruguay to win: 50/1
Fiji 45-7 Uruguay: Even though Fiji retain just three of their players from the win over Australia, they are three of their very best in Semi Radradra, Leone Nakarawa and captain Dominiko Waqaniburotu. They should have enough fire-power to see off the South American minnows.