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Ireland vs Japan , Ecopa Stadium, Shizuoka, 2pm local time/6am Irish time (live eir Sport 2/Premier Sports/IRFU Live Blog) JAPAN: Ryuji Noguchi (Tokai University); Kotaro Matsushima (Suntory Sungoliath), William Tupou (Coca-Cola Red Sparks), Timothy Lafaele (Coca-Cola Red Sparks), Kenki Fukuoka (Panasonic Wild Knights), Yu Tamura (Canon Eagles), Fumiaka Tanaka (Panasonic Wild Knights); Keita Inagaki (Panasonic Wild Knights), Shota Horie (Panasonic Wild Knights) (capt), Heiichiro Ito (Yamaha Jubilo), Kotaro Yatabe (Panasonic Wild Knights), Uwe Helu (Yamaha Jubilo), Michael Leitch (Toshiba Brave Lupus), Yoshitaka Tokunaga (Toshiba Brave Lupus), Amanaki Lelei Mafi (NTT Communications).
 

Replacements: Yusuke Niwai (Canon Eagles), Shintaro Ishihara (Suntory Sungoliath), Takuma Asahara (Toshiba Brave Lupus), Hendrik Tui (Suntory Sungoliath), Shuhei Matsuhashi (Ricoh Black Rams), Yutaka Nagare (Suntory Sungoliath), Derek Carpenter (Suntory Sungoliath), Rikiya Matsuda (Panasonic Wild Knights).

IRELAND: Simon Zebo (Cork Constitution/Munster); Ireland vs Japan Live  Andrew Conway (Garryowen/Munster), Garry Ringrose (UCD/Leinster), Rory Scannell (Dolphin/Munster), Keith Earls (Young Munster/Munster); Paddy Jackson (Dungannon/Ulster), Luke McGrath (UCD/Leinster); Cian Healy (Clontarf/Leinster), Niall Scannell (Dolphin/Munster), John Ryan (Cork Constitution/Munster), Quinn Roux (Galwegians/Connacht), Devin Toner (Lansdowne/Leinster), Rhys Ruddock (St. Mary's College/Leinster) (capt), Dan Leavy (UCD/Leinster), Jack Conan (Old Belvedere/Leinster).
 
 

Replacements: James Tracy (UCD/Leinster), Dave Kilcoyne (UL Bohemians/Munster), Finlay Bealham (Buccaneers/Connacht), Kieran Treadwell (Ballymena/Ulster), Jack O'Donoghue (UL Bohemians/Munster), Kieran Marmion (Corinthians/Connacht), Rory O'Loughlin (Old Belvedere/Leinster), Tiernan O'Halloran (Buccaneers/Connacht).Where to watch Ireland vs Japan? If you're wondering where you can watch the match this Saturday, read on, we have all the TV details here


Following on from last weekend's 50-22, Joe Schmidt's side will take on the Japanese again this weekend. The second match will take place on Saturday at the Ajinomoto Stadium.The match will be shown live in Eir Sport 2, Sky Channel 424 this Saturday,The match kicks off at  14:40 local time which is 6:40am Irish time, set the alarms!
 
There have been a six changes made to the team by Schmidt from the team who faced Japan last weekend.
In the forwards, Niall Scannell drops  to the bench and is replaced by James Tracy at hooker. After making his Ireland debut last weekend Ireland vs Japan Live Stream, Kieran Treadwell takes a place in the second row at the expense of Quinn Roux. Josh van der Flier, who started the first game of the tour against USA, is back in the mix replacing Dan Leavy.
In the backs, Kieran Marmion takes the place of Luke McGrath at scrum-half. Luke Marshall is also back in the fold replacing Rory Scannell at inside centre while Jacob Stockdale comes into the starting XV in place of Simon Zebo. It means that Andrew Conway will move to fullback and Keith Earls switches wings.THREE Munster players have been included in Ireland’s starting XV to face Japan in the second of their two summer Tests against the Cherry Blossoms in Tokyo on Saturday, 6.40am Irish time.
Keith Earls, who set a new record of 9 Irish tries in a season with his brace against Japan last weekend, will start on the right wing.
Andrew Conway is named at full-back where he will win his third cap. Conway replaces Simon Zebo who is ruled out with a knee injury.
The third Munster player set to start Saturday’s game is prop John Ryan who will make his third start of the tour.
 
That means the Munster tighthead   Japan vs Ireland Live will have played in all eight of Ireland's Tests in 2017, including five appearances as a replacement during the Six Nations.
In all, Ireland head coach Joe Schmidt has made six changes in personnel for the rematch with the Blossoms, along with two positional switches. 
Three Munster players are also included on the replacements’ bench, forwards Niall Scannell and Dave Kilcoyne and centre Rory Scannell.
Saturday’s game will be live on eir Sport 2.
IRELAND: Andrew Conway; Keith Earls, Gary Ringrose, Luke Marshall, Jacob Stockdale; Paddy Jackson, Kieran Marmion; Cian Healy, James Tracy, John Ryan, Kieran Treadwell, Devin Toner, Rhys Ruddock (capt), Jack Conan, Josh van der Flier. Replacements: Niall Scannell, Dave Kilcoyne, Andrew Porter, James Ryan, Sean Reidy; John Cooney, Rory Scannell, Tiernan O’Halloran Japan vs Ireland Live.

Former Munster coach Rob Penney said Ireland’s two-match tour of Japan has been hugely beneficial for local administrators preparing to host the Rugby World Cup in 2019.

 
Penney, now in his third year coaching NTT Com in the Japanese league, believes the 2019 global showpiece will be a huge success.
But it’s obvious that there will be difficulties as the tournament is staged outside the tier one countries for a first time, and Penney feels that visits from teams like Ireland can help the Japanese adapt to the needs of competitiors.
“This country is ‘uniquely unique Japan vs Ireland ’ — that’s probably the best way to put. It is like nothing you would encounter in any European or Western environment. They are very proud, and very particular, of their culture which keeps it as unique as it is.
“The more interaction the Japanese administration can have with western teams, and the needs of the western teams, the better they are going to be at servicing their needs when the World Cup comes to the country.”
Ireland trained at Penney’s NTT Com club in Tokyo this week and will wrap up their summer tour against Japan at the Ajinomoto Stadium this morning (6.40am, eir sport) when they will hope to extend their winning run over the Brave Blossoms to seven games.
Penney enjoyed meeting up with the Irish, especially the Munster contingent, and he hopes many of them will be back in 2019.
The former Canterbury coach said that the Japanese were working hard to host a great World Cup but pointed out that they will need co-operation from others.
“They are going to need some help and hopefully the teams that do come will be a bit patient because it is a bit different but they work hard and they try hard here to please everybody. Japan vs Ireland Live Stream It will be a great World Cup and everyone who comes here will have a great experience.”