How to watch Japan vs Ireland online (Rugby World Cup)?

in #ireland5 months ago

Japan will play against Ireland in the Rugby World Cup on September 28th. This is going to be a fantastic match in which the Irish players will have to get a grip on themselves to beat Japan, the hosting nation of the entire tournament.

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A picture from the Rugby World Cup opening ceremony on September 20th.

There is a clear advantage in hosting a tournament, and we have seen how France has used it to their advantage when they have hosted football tournaments. Unfortunately, the French ladies didn't manage to get to the final of this years FIFA World Cup as they lost to the USA in the quarter-finals, but many considered that to be the actual final of the FIFA World Cup. We can also remember how the French men managed to get to the final of the European Championship arranged in France back in 2016. But, France is one of the best teams in the world in football, and it might be that Japan doesn't have the same skills and qualities in rugby as France have in football. But, it would be great if Japan as the hosting nation would manage to surprise and outperform themselves in the Rugby World Cup 2019.

But, before we continue, let me tell you how and where you can stream the match between Japan and Ireland online on September 28th.

Watch Japan vs. Ireland online in the Rugby World Cup

The match between Japan and Ireland will be played in Shizuoka in Japan. The city has around 700000 citizens. But, when Japan will play against Ireland, millions and millions of people will be watching what's taking place in Shizuoka.

If you want to watch the match between Japan and Ireland from the Rugby World Cup online for free, the best way is by streaming it on ITV in England. There are detailed instructions available on how to watch the Rugby World Cup online for free on ITV at www.watchworldcup.net, but here I will give it to you in short steps (if you are in a hurry).

  • First, you need to reside in the UK. If you don't, buy a VPN subscription to ExpressVPN, download their application, and connect to a server in the UK. You are now virtually residing in the UK. If you use the link, you will get a big discount, and three months for free if you sign up for 12 months.
  • Visit the ITV website, create a user for free.
  • Find their live streams from the Rugby World Cup and stream Japan vs. Ireland online.
  • Enjoy watching the Rugby World Cup online for free on ITV.

**Did you notice how my last sentence rhymed? **

Watch the Rugby World Cup for free,
watch it live on ITV.

Well, that is how it is done. If you are using a tablet or a cell phone and need help getting hold of the ITV Hub application which will make you able to stream the matches online on ITV, read the following article for detailed instructions.

Players to watch in on the Irish and the Japanese team

There is no doubt about the fact that Ireland has a team packed with stars and amazing rugby players. But, they do have some people capable of giving the team the little extra that is needed sorely on days when the matches are close and the battles are tough. Some of the biggest profiles on the Irish team are Jacob Stockdale from Ulster, and then we have the two Leinster players Johnny Sexton and Tadhg Furlong. These all have experience and might be the ones that will give Ireland the advantage they need against a Japanese team coming packed with fighting spirit.

Japan doesn't have any super profiles, but as a team, they can beat anyone, just like they won against South-Africa during the group stage ahead of the rugby world cup.

Do you cheer for Japan or Ireland?

What team will you cheer for in this match? Do you believe Japan can stand a chance against Ireland, or will this turn into an easy win for Ireland? I would love to hear your thoughts!

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I'll be watching the JapAfricans since Lappies Labuschagné will be captaining them lol!

They had a good start on the tournament today, but will be tougher against Ireland on September 28th! :)

I'll have to vote for Ireland in this one. Japan are a decent team with good pace and some decent players but Ireland have a full and talented squad that should have too much for them. After today I can see Japan beating Scotland and getting out of the group. Especially with the home advantage.

Sounds reasonable that Ireland will beat Japan, but of course, if Japan will play far above average, and Ireland come in on a poor day, it might get a bit exciting at least. But, as you said, the match between Japan and Scotland might turn really interesting! :)