Death toll in Japan's typhoon climbs to 74

Tanya Simon
October 17, 2019

Brodie Retallick, who returned from injury during the game against Namibia will continue to be part of the line-up while Ben Smith drops out of the matchday squad with Beauden's brothers Jordie Barrett and Scott Barrett also among the reserve list.

"You can't go out against the All Blacks and accept that you're second fiddle".

The All Blacks will be named at 3.30pm (NZT) on Thursday with Ireland named at 8pm (NZT).

"Brodie is a bit of a freak when it comes to fitness", Hansen said. "It is just [a question of] how long we have to play him". It will add extra pressure to both sides.

"Together with our experienced management team, that brings a deep understanding of what is needed to get the job done".

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According to the land ministry on Thursday, it has been confirmed that more than 23,000 hectares of land on Japan's main island of Honshu have been flooded, with the vastness of the flooding far more serious than the 18,500 hectares that were affected when torrential rain lashed western Japan previous year, killing more than 200 people.

"Past Rugby World Cup history is important because of the positive or negative experiences you've had".

Typhoon Hagibis, the most powerful to hit Japan in decades, pummeled embankments and levees, and caused numerous rivers to overflow and homes to collapse.

His Leinster team-mate Larmour impressed against the Samoans as Ireland sealed the bonus-point win required to book their place in the last eight, but head coach Joe Schmidt has restored 94-cap Kearney to what amounts to Ireland's strongest starting XV, barring the suspended Bundee Aki. Anton Lienert-Brown will combine with Jack Goodhue, whilst Sonny Bill Williams will come off the bench.

"We are very happy where the team is at at this stage and it feels like the team is right where it needs to be for what will be a physical and fiercely-fought encounter".

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