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TOYOTA CITY, Japan (Reuters) - Wales will weather the physical and meteorological storms predicted in their opening Rugby World Cup Pool D clash against Georgia at the City of Toyota Stadium on Monday, according to assistant coach Shaun Edwards.
YOKOHAMA, Japan (Reuters) - Ireland may be famed for being the land of 100,000 welcomes but it has nothing on Japan, vice captain Peter O'Mahony said on Saturday.
YOKOHAMA, Japan (Reuters) - Ireland winger Jacob Stockdale will miss having the experience of Keith Earls and Rob Kearney beside him in Sunday's World Cup opener but is relishing the prospect of playing in a new look back three who love to attack.
YOKOHAMA, Japan (Reuters) - Irish prop Cian Healy got a different perspective on the art of shoving opponents this week when he and some teammates took advantage of being in Japan with a sumo wrestling lesson.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Italy coach Conor O'Shea has made nine changes to his starting line-up from their last outing for Sunday's World Cup Pool B opener against Namibia, with Sergio Parisse returning to play his 141st test.
SAPPORO, Japan (Reuters) - Fiji coach John McKee has said the World Cup will be treated to plenty of the flair associated with the island nation's rugby but this time it will be allied with a firm focus on the basics of the game.
(Reuters) - Robbie Henshaw will remain in Ireland's Rugby World Cup squad despite a hamstring problem that is likely to rule him out of Sunday's opening match against Scotland.
DUBLIN (Reuters) - When Ireland beat New Zealand for the second time in three meetings last November, All Blacks coach Steve Hansen labelled the then Six Nations champions World Cup favourites.
DUBLIN (Reuters) - Irrespective of how Joe Schmidt's time with Ireland ends in the coming weeks, the New Zealander will still depart as the national team's greatest ever coach.
DUBLIN (Reuters) - Ireland and Wales are both satisfied with their World Cup preparations despite a mixed month of warm-up games, their coaches said on Saturday after Ireland got the better of the Six Nations champions for the second successive week.