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Scotland considers legal action over possible Japan match cancellation

Scottish Rugby chief executive Mark Dodson spoke  about the possibility of launching a legal case against World Rugby if their final World Cup pool game against Japan is cancelled, suggesting that if it was reigning champions New Zealand’s campaign in the balance a different decision may have been made.
As the violent typhoon moves towards central Japan, the Pool B match between the All Blacks and Italy in Toyota and England’s Pool C game with France in Yokohama, both on Saturday, have been cancelled and will not be rescheduled – both teams will receive two points from the fixture.
But Scotland and Japan are both keen for the fixture to go ahead, with Gregor Townsend’s Scotland sitting in third place, needing a bonus point win to progress to the quarter-finals – unless Ireland lose to Samoa on Saturday.
Hosts Japan already top the pool, but want to progress as winners.

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