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Japan vs Uruguay Live Rugby – Test Match at Chichibunomiya Rugby Stadium in Tokyo

Here’s how to watch the 2022 Japan vs Uruguay Rugby live on the Daily Rugby. Saturday’s test between Japan and Uruguay at Chichibunomiya Rugby Stadium in Tokyo will be the fourth meeting between the two nations. The 2022 Japan vs Uruguay Rugby broadcast starts on Jun 18, 2022 and runs until Jun 19, 2022. Stream or cast from your desktop, mobile or TV. Now available on Roku, Fire TV, Chromecast and Apple TV.

Don’t forget to download the FloSports app on iOS or Android! If you can’t watch live, catch up with the replays! Video footage from the event will be archived and stored in a video library for The Daily Rugby subscribers to watch for the duration of their subscription.

Test Rugby between Japan vs Uruguay at Chichibunomiya Rugby Stadium in Tokyo will be the fourth meeting between the two nations.

After dispatching Uruguay 24-18 in their first-ever clash in Montevideo 17 years ago, Japan clinched back-to-back wins in their most recent two-test series in 2015.

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This weekend’s clash will be followed by another test in Kitakyushu next Saturday before Japan go on to host France in two-test series next month.

Kick-off for Saturday’s match is scheduled for 3pm local time.

Japan team to play Uruguay in Tokyo

1. Shogo Miura (Toyota Verblitz)
2. Kosuke Horikoshi (Tokyo Suntory Sungoliath)
3. Shunsuke Asaoka (Toyota Verblitz)*
4. Wimpie van der Walt (NTT Docomo Red Hurricanes Osaka)
5. Yuya Odo (Shizuoka Blue Revs)
6. Koji Iino (Tokyo Suntory Sungoliath)*
7. Hiroki Yamamoto (Toshiba Brave Lupus Tokyo)
8. Tevita Tatafu (Tokyo Suntory Sungoliath)
9. Takahiro Ogawa (Toshiba Brave Lupus Tokyo)
10. Yu Tamura (Yokohama Canon Eagles, captain)
11. Koga Nezuka (Kubota Spears Funabashi Tokyo-Bay)*
12. Timothy Lafaele (Kobelco Kobe Steelers)
13. Shane Gates (NTT Communications Shining Arcs Tokyo-Bay Urayasu)
14. Koki Takeyama (Saitama Panasonic Wild Knights)*
15. Seiya Ozaki (Tokyo Suntory Sungoliath)


16. Takeshi Hino (Shizuoka Blue Revs)
17. Kota Kaishi (Kubota Spears Funabashi Tokyo-Bay)*
18. Shuhei Takeuchi (NTT Communications Shining Arcs Tokyo-Bay Urayasu)*
19. Daichi Akiyama (Toyota Verblitz)*
20. Sione Lavemai (Toshiba Brave Lupus Tokyo)*
21. Kaito Shigeno (Toyota Verblitz)
22. Harumichi Tatekawa (Kubota Spears Funabashi Tokyo-Bay)
23. Taira Main (Ricoh Black Rams Tokyo)*

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